Lakhva (or Lachva, Lachwa) (Belarusian and Russian: Лахва, Hebrew: לחווא, Polish: Łachwa, Yiddish: לאַכװע) is a small town in southern Belarus, with a population of approximately 2,100. Lakhva is considered to have been the location of one of the first, if not the first, Jewish ghetto uprisings of the Second World War.
Latitude: 52° 12' 60.00" N
Longitude: 27° 05' 60.00" E
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