Gomel Airport (IATA: GME, ICAO: UMGG) is an airport located 3 km north-east from Gomel, the second-largest city in Belarus.
Latitude and longitude of Gomel
Gomel (Belarusian: Го́мель, translit.: Homyel’, Łacinka: Homiel, pronounced [ˈɣomʲelʲ], Russian: Го́мель, translit.: Gomel, pronounced [ˈɡomʲɪlʲ], Polish: Homel, Yiddish: Homl ,האָמל, Lithuanian: Gomelis, Latvian: Gomeļa) is the administrative center of Gomel Voblast and the second-largest city in Belarus.
Latitude: 52° 26' 4.20" N
Longitude: 30° 58' 31.44" E
Articles of interest in Gomel
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Vietka is a small, historical town in Belarus, situated on the bank of the Sozh River.
Central Stadium (Belarusian: Цэнтральны стадыён, Russian: Центральный стадион) is a football-specific stadium in Gomel, Belarus. It is currently used as a home ground of Gomel. The stadium is all-seater and has a capacity of 14,307 people.
Dobruš (Belarusian: Добруш, [ˈdɔbruʂ]) is a town within the Gomel Region of Belarus. It is located on the Iput River.
Pribytki (also Zyabrovka) is an air base in Belarus located in Homiel Voblast, 16 km southeast of Gomel. In the early 1960s it was flying Tupolev Tu-16R aircraft. The airfield was renovated in 1963. It received the Tu-22R around 1966, and by 1967 ha…
The Iput River (Belarusian: Іпуць, [iputsʲ]; Russian: Ипуть) is a river in Mahilyow and Homyel Voblasts in Belarus and Smolensk and Bryansk Oblasts in Russia. It is a left tributary of the Sozh River. The length of the Iput River is 437 km. The area…