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Belarus is situated in the centre of Europe, and has international borders with five countries:Russia,Ukraine,Poland, Lithuania,Latvia. Although a landlocked state, the location has made Belarus an important trade and transport route between Europe and the CIS. The total land area of Belarus is more than 207,000 square kilometers.

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The country of Belarus is divided into six administrative districts, each centred around a major city:

-Minsk region
-Brest region
-Gomel region
-Grodno region
-Mogilev region
-Vitebsk region

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Capital

Minsk, the capital of Belarus, is located in the centre of the country. Minsk today is a modern international city. The first recorded mention of the city goes back to 1067. Over the course of its chequered history, Minsk has been destroyed and rebuilt numerous times, most recently after World War 2, when it was almost completely destroyed. More than 1.8 million people live in Minsk today. It has excellent transport links including Minsk airport, several major train stations, the Minsk metro underground network, and a well-developed road system.It is the political, economic, scientific and cultural centre of the country and the administrative centre of the Minsk region. Minsk is the most economically developed city in Belarus. There are 1.836, 8 million inhabitants in Minsk, and the population is constantly growing.

Minsk is located on the main transportation routes connecting Western Europe and the East, regions of the Black Sea coast and the Baltic States.Highways connect Minsk with the largest cities in Belarus: Orsha, Vitebsk, Molodechno, Brest, Slutsk, Mogilev and Gomel.Minsk has a large railway network which connects Brest, Moscow, Vilnius and Gomel. There is a national airport in the capital.The city has a very good public transportation system. You can easily reach any place by bus, trolleybus or tram. Minsk, like most big European cities, has a fine metro system.

Minsk is a large educational centre within Belarus. The main educational institutions of the country, including lyceums, high schools and colleges, are concentrated in Minsk.

Minsk region

The Minsk region, one of the six administrative regions (or oblasts) which make up Belarus, lies in the middle of the country and contains Minsk city, the capital of Belarus. The Minsk region of Belarus is one of the most economically developed areas of the country, even though it has no international borders. 1.422,5 million people live in the Minsk region.
The Minsk region’s many cultural attractions include 2 major theatres and 17 museums.Sport is also important in the Minsk region, which has 68 sports stadia and a number of specialist sports schools.

Brest region

The Brest region, in the south-western corner of Belarus, is one of the six administrative regions (or oblasts) which make up the country. The Brest region of Belarus borders Poland in the west and the Ukraine in the south. The region has a large number of national parks and nature reserves, many of which have special status to protect rare flora and fauna.
Brest is the main city in the region. There are 16 areas, 20 towns (3 of them have regional submissions – Brest, Baranovichi, Pinsk), 9 settlements of city type, 2178 rural settlements.The Brest region has one of the most developed transport infrastructures in Belarus. The country’s main rail, road and water links pass through the region.The road network in the Brest region is good, with the major Berlin-Warsaw-Brest-Minsk-Moscow transit corridor running through the region.One of the largest in Central Europe, the Brest railway network provides transportation to the CIS countries and the Western Europe. There is also an extensive rail network, with major rail terminals at Brest, Baranovichi, Luninets and Zhabinka.Several rivers (Pripyat, Pina, Mouhavets, Styr, Goryn) and several canals (Dnepro-Bygsky, Mikashevichi) in the Brest region are well travelled and easily navigated.

Vitebsk region

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The Vitebsk region, one of the six administrative regions (or oblasts) which make up Belarus, is located in the north-east of the country. The Vitebsk region of Belarus borders Russia, Lithuania and Latvia. The region is known as the Belarusian land of lakes (Belaruskaye Paazerye), and has more than 2800 lakes and 500 rivers. More than a third of the region is forest. Approximately 60% of these forests are centuries-old coniferous woods. The Vitebsk region has borders with three countries and as a result has a very good road infrastructure. Several major international motorways run through the region. There are more than 1200 km of railway track in the Vitebsk region, with major rail terminals at Vitebsk, Orsha and Polotsk. International railway lines between Russia and Ukraine, Russia and Poland, and Russia and Lithuania all cross the region.

Gomel region

The Gomel region is one of the 6 administrative regions (or oblasts) which make up Belarus. Gomel is located in the south-eastern corner of the country. The Gomel region of Belarus borders Russia in the east and the Ukraine in the south. Around a third of the region is agricultural land. The Gomel region has a good road infrastructure with major international motorways between Russia, Europe and the Ukraine running through the region. The Gomel region has an extensive rail network, with 90% of the country’s rail freight and 50% of passenger traffic running through the region. The River Dnieper and its tributaries run from north to south and spans 420 km. Inflows of the Dnieper and Pripyat rivers are used for both passenger and shipping and are of great value to the region. The Gomel region also boasts numerous lakes and extensive canal systems. The region is self-sufficient agriculturally, and also provides the food-processing sector with raw materials. The region has a significant cattle-breeding industry, serving meat and dairy markets, as well as significant arable farming centres for potatoes, vegetables and flax (in the eastern part of the region).

Grodno region

The Grodno region lies in the west of Belarus. It is one of the six administrative regions (or oblasts) which make up the country. The Grodno region of Belarus borders Poland in the west and the Lithuania in the north. It’s a popular international trading partner with both Europe and Russia. The Grodno region has a very good transport infrastructure. Major international motorways between Europe and the CIS states run through the region. The main highways run to Minsk, Vilnius, Baranovichi and Brest.

Mogilev region

The Mogilev region, in the east of the country, is one of the six administrative regions (or oblasts) of Belarus. The Mogilev region of Belarus borders Russia in the east. Just over half of the region is agricultural land and more than a third is forest. More than half of the region is agricultural land. Most of the agriculture is arable, but there is also a significant cattle farming industry, serving the meat, dairy and leather markets.

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