Acquaintance with the sights of the Dyatlovschina began with a tour of the ancient church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and the Radzivill-Soltan palace, the facade of which reminded little of the former magnificence of the building. Then the tourists looked at the houses of Jewish artisans, who made up a significant part of the population of Dyatlovo in the early 20th century. We saw where was the synagogue and the German commandant’s office and the Jewish ghetto during the Second World War, inspected the exposition of the museum of local lore and bought souvenirs.