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Vetka Island
Vetka Island is an island in the Sozh River near the Belarus town of Vetka. The island is known for a large Old Believers community which lived there for a long time in the 18th and 19th centuries. After that time the community was destroyed by the Russian state, however, and the Old Believers had to move further to the West, into Moldova, Romania and Austria, to avoid interference from the Russian authorities. Coordinates: 52°13′40″N 32°22′36″E / 52.22778°N 32.37667°E / 52.22778; 32.37667This Belarus location article is a stub
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Belarusian Ridge
The Belarusian Ridge
Ridge
(Russian: Белорусская гряда, Belaruskaya gryada) is a line of terminal moraines in the northwest of Belarus. The feature is part of the East European Plain. This ridge, consisting of low, rolling hills, runs for about 500 km in the direction from west-southwest to east-northeast, from the area of the Brest region, which is close to the border of Poland
Poland
to the Russian town of Smolensk.[1] The geological constitution of the ridge is mostly moraine loams with added glacial and alluvial sediments.[1] The ridge itself is divided in sections called "uplands." These uplands are created by various river valleys that cut through the entire ridge
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Natallia Tryfanava
Natallia Tryfanava (Belarusian: Наталля Трыфанава) is Belarusian music teacher who has won the World Sauna Championships three times. She was the first person outside Finland to win the women's class. In 2006 she became the runner-up after Leila Kulin from Helsinki. Sources[edit]http://www.itahame-lehti.fi/edrumArt.jsp?article=103713 http://www.newsru.com/sport/04aug2003/5472378654.htmlThis Belarusian biographical article is a stub
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Academy Of Public Administration (Belarus)
Coordinates: 53°53′12″N 27°32′20″E / 53.88667°N 27.53889°E / 53.88667; 27.53889Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of BelarusАкадэмія кіравання пры Прэзідэнце Рэспублікі БеларусьFormer namesbefore 1994 — Academy of Public Administration under the Council of Ministers of the BSSR before 1995 — Academy of Public Administration under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of BelarusMotto Belarusian: Веды для эфектыўнага кіравання!Motto in EnglishKnowledge for efficient governance!Type PublicEstablished 29 January 1991Rector Marat ZhilinskyStudents about 10,000Location Minsk,  BelarusCampus UrbanAddress 220007, Republic of Belarus, Minsk, 17 Moscowskaya Str.Colours      Blue      Gold&
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Belarus Universities
In Belarus higher education establishments can be of the following types:academy, conservatory — specialized universities; classical university; institute; higher college.They can be either state-owned or privately owned (marked by an asterisk (*) before the institution name). In Belarus there are two leading establishments of higher education in the national education system:Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus (Belarusian: Акадэмiя кiравання пры Прэзiдэнце Рэспублiкi Беларусь) — Minsk Belarusian State University (Belarusian: Беларускі дзяржаўны універсітэт) — MinskContents1 Classical universities 2 Professional universities2.1 Agricultural 2.2 Economic 2.3 Medical 2.4 Pedagogic 2.5 Technical and technological (general) 2.6 Other3 Professional academies3.1 Armed forces 3.2 Arts 3.3 Other4 In
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Belarusian State Technological University
Belarusian State Technological University (Russian: Белорусский государственный технологический университет; Belarusian: Беларускі Дзяржаўны Тэхналагічны Універсітэт) is a University in Minsk, Belarus specialized in engineering and technology. It was established in Gomel in 1930 as the Forestry Institute. In 1941, it was evacuated to Sverdlovsk, now Yekaterinburg. Returned to Gomel in 1944, but in 1946 relocated to Minsk as the Belarusian Institute of Technology. Upgraded to university level in 1993
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Belarusian State University
Belarusian State University
Belarusian State University
(BSU) (Belarusian: Белару́скі дзяржа́ўны ўніверсітэ́т, Belarusian pronunciation: [bʲɛlaˈruskʲi d͡zʲarˈʒawnɨ wnʲivʲɛrsʲiˈtɛt]; Russian: Белору́сский госуда́рственный университе́т) is a university in Minsk, Belarus
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Belarusian State University Of Informatics And Radioelectronics
The Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, also known as BSUIR (Belarusian: Беларускі дзяржаўны ўніверсітэт інфарматыкі і радыёэлектронікі), is a public Higher Education Institution accredited by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus. Nowadays it is a large educational and scientific complex in Minsk, Belarus. BSUIR was founded on March 15, 1964, and plays a leading role in preparing its students in the fields of computer science, radioelectronics and telecommunications in Belarus. Over 50,000 engineers and 1,000 Ph.D. and Sc.D.s, successfully working in the most science-intensive fields of the Belarus economy, have graduated from the university. BSUIR employs 2 academicians and 2 corresponding members of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, 301 Professors, and 317 Doctors of Science
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Republican Institute For Vocational Education
The Republican Institute for Vocational Education (or RIPO, Russian: Республиканский институт профессионального образования) is a higher education institution in Minsk, Belarus. Founded in December 1992, it is managed by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus. Structure[edit]3 science-methodological centres 8 departments in the Faculty of Improvement of Skills model centre for economic education, created with support of Germany.more than 200 employees work in this institute.Sport Affiliation[edit] Republican Institute for Vocational Education was a partner of a Belarusian Premier League football team MTZ-RIPO Minsk
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Raccoon Dog
The raccoon dog ( Nyctereutes
Nyctereutes
procyonoides, from the Greek words nukt-, "night" + ereutēs, "wanderer" + prokuōn, "before-dog" [but in New Latin used to mean "raccoon"] + -oidēs, "similar to"), also known as the mangut (its Evenki name)[2] or tanuki (its Japanese name), is a canid indigenous to East Asia. It is the only extant species in the genus Nyctereutes
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Geography Of Belarus
Belarus, a landlocked, generally flat country (the average elevation is 162 meters (531 ft) above sea level) without natural borders, occupies an area of 207,600 square kilometers (80,200 sq mi), or slightly smaller than the United Kingdom or the state of Kansas. Its neighbors are Russia to the east and northeast, Latvia to the north, Lithuania to the northwest, Poland to the west, and Ukraine to the south
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Administrative Divisions Of Belarus
At the top level of administration, Belarus
Belarus
is divided into six regions and the city of Minsk,[1] which has a special status being the capital of Belarus. Minsk
Minsk
is also the capital of Minsk
Minsk
Region.[2] At the second level, the regions are divided into raions ("districts"). The layout and extent of the regions were set in 1960 when Belarus (then Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic) was a part of the Soviet Union.[3]Contents1 History 2 Regions 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] At the start of the 20th century, the boundaries of the Belarusian lands within the Russian Empire
Russian Empire
were still being defined
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Dnieper-Bug Canal
Dnieper–Bug Canal
Canal
(alternately spelled Dnepr-Bug Canal), or the Dneprovsko-Bugsky Canal
Canal
is the longest inland ship canal in Belarus that connects the Mukhavets
Mukhavets
River, a tributary of the Bug River, and the Pina River, a tributary of the Pripyat River. Originally the canal was named the Royal Canal
Royal Canal
(Polish: Kanał Królewski), after the King of Poland
King of Poland
Stanisław August Poniatowski, since he was the initiator of the project. It is an important part of the transportation artery linking the Baltic Sea
Baltic Sea
and the Black Sea. The total length of the canal system from Brest to Pinsk
Pinsk
is 196 km (122 mi), including the artificial waterway 105 km (65 mi) long
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Belarusian Congress Of Democratic Trade Unions
The Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions is a trade union centre in Belarus. It has 15,000 members in 4 affiliated unions and its headquarters are located in Minsk. References[edit]ICTUR et al.,, ed. (2005). Trade Unions of the World (6th ed.). London, UK: John Harper Publishing. ISBN 0-9543811-5-7. Organized labour portalThis article related to a European trade union is a stub
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Dzyarzhynskaya Hara
Dzyarzhynskaya Hara (Belarusian Дзяржынская гара Dziaržynskaja hara, [dzʲarˈʐɨnskaja]) is the highest point in Belarus. The hill is 345 meters (1,130 ft) above sea level[2] and is located west of Minsk, near Dzyarzhynsk, in the village Skirmuntava. The original name of the hill was Svyataya hara (Святая гара, “Holy mountain”). In 1958 the hill was renamed Dzyarzhynskaya hara, after Felix Dzerzhinsky, the founder of the NKVD/KGB. See also[edit]Geography of Belarus Extreme points of Belarus List of highest points of European countries List of elevation extremes by countryReferences[edit]^ "Dzyarzhynskaya Hara" Peakery.com. Retrieved 2013-02-18. ^ "Coordinates of the extreme points of the state frontier. Main Geographic Characteristics of the Republic of Belarus". Land of Ancestors. 2011. Retrieved 9 September 2013. External links[edit]"Hara Dzyarzhynskaya, Belarus" on PeakbaggerThis Belarus location article is a stub
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