Information about Belarus: Belarus, officially the Republic of Belarus, formerly known by its Russian name Byelorussia or Belorussia, is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe bordered by Russia to the northeast, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest. Its capital and most populous city is Minsk with a population of 1,975 million (2018). Read More...

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Pripyatsky National Park or Pripyat National Park in a natural reserve in Gomel Region, Belarus. It was founded in 1996 for the preservation of natural landscapes around the Pripyat River from which it takes its name. Much of the park’s area is occupied by turf swamps.

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The Winter Garden and the Observation Tower were built in the first half of the 19th century as the sugar mill buildings. The buildings were re-equipped and re-designed as park attractions in 1877. Over 600 plants of 26 species grow in a 245 square meter greenhouse of the Winter Garden.

See the source imageMogilev zoo was built in 2004, the opening day is considered to be May 9, 2005 goda.Raspolagaetsya left along the Dnieper River in the area of ??124 hectares.

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Grodno Zoo, is a zoo, located in Grodno in Belarus. Grodno Zoo was founded in 1927 as the first zoo in future Belarus on the initiative of the high school teacher Jan Kochanowski. 

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The Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve

is the oldest and the only natural area of … «Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve» is located 125 km from Minsk

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Tsna reservoir lake

, It’s artificial lake on the edge of Minsk city. This lake very popular rest place during the summer time because located in the city area and reachable by the bus …

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Minsk Sea

, which is another name for Zaslavl Water Reservoir, is located close to the Belarusian capital. It is the second largest artificial water body in Belarus after Vileyka Reservoir.

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Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park 

is situated in the southwest of Belarus, 340 kilometres from Minsk. The Pushcha was first mentioned in the Ipatyevskaya …

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