The Drazdy conflict (sometimes spelled Drozdy) was an incident in July 1998 involving the Government of Belarus and diplomats from other nations. It began by the leader of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko declaring the Drazdy Complex as property of the…
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K. S. Zaslonov Children's Railroad in Minsk (Belarusian: Дзiцячая чыгунка (Dzitsyachaya chyhunka); Russian: Минская детская железная дорога имени К.С.Заслонова (Minskaya detskaya zheleznaya doroga imeni K.S.Zaslonova) is a 750 mm (2 ft 5 1⁄2 in) nar…
National academic theatre of Yanka Kupala (Belarusian: Нацыянальны акадэмічны тэатр імя Янкі Купалы, Minsk) is the oldest theatre of Belarus. It was opened on September 14, 1920, it is located in a building of the Minsk provincial theatre, construct…
Yakub Kolas Square (Belarusian: Плошча Якуба Коласа) is a square in Pershamayski District of Minsk, is located on crossing of Independence Avenue, Yakub Kolas street and Vera Khoruzhaya street. The square was named in honour of the folk poet and one…
Torpedo Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Minsk, Belarus. It is currently used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of Torpedo Minsk.
Pishchalauski Castle (Belarusian: Пішчалаўскі замак), also spelled Pischalauski Castle, is a castle in Minsk, Belarus. The castle is also sometimes called the Belarusian Bastille.
Machulishi (Belarusian: Мачулішчы, Machulishchy - Russian: Мачулищи) is a municipality and urban settlement in Belarus, in the Minsk Region, and is part of the Minsk Raion.
Kalvaryja (Belarusian: Кальварыя, [kʌlʲˈvarɨja]) is a Catholic Calvary cemetery in Minsk, Belarus.
Dinamo-Yuni Stadium is a football stadium in Minsk, Belarus. It is currently used for football matches and is the home stadium of FC Dinamo Minsk.
The Faculty of Economics of the Belarusian State University trains Bachelors of Science in the following fields:
The 2008 Minsk bombing took place just after midnight on 4 July 2008, in Minsk, Belarus and wounded 54 people. The explosion happened near the Hero City Memorial at a concert to celebrate Belarus' independence.
Akademiya Nauk or Akademija Navuk (Russian: Академия Наук; Belarusian: Акадэмія навук, pronounced [akaˈdɛmʲija naˈvuk], lit. Academy of Sciences) is a station on the Minsk Metro's Moskovskaya Line.
Uschod (/uːsˈhɒd/ us-HOD, Belarusian: Усход, Uschod Russian: Восток, pronounced [vɐˈstok]; lit:"East") is a Minsk Metro station.
Strochitsy (Belarusian: Строчыца, Strochytsa - Russian: Сторчицы), also named Strochitsy-Ozertso, is a village and municipality in Belarus, located in the Minsk Region.
Plošča Pieramohi (PLOH-shchə peh-rah-MOH-hee, Belarusian: Плошча Перамогі, Russian: Площадь Победы; "Victory Square") is a Minsk Metro station.
Plošča Lienina (PLOH-shchə leh-NEE-nə, Belarusian: Плошча Леніна; Russian: Площадь Ленина; "Lenin Square") is a Minsk Metro station.
Park Čaliuskincaŭ (Belarusian: Парк Чалюскінцаў, Russian: Парк Челюскинцев; "Chelyuskinites' Park") is a Minsk Metro station.
Kastryčnickaja (kə-STREECH-neets-kə-yə, Belarusian: Кастрычніцкая Russian: Октябрьская; "October station") is a Minsk Metro station.