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Belarus

Belarus is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, with a total area of approximately 80,155 square miles (207,595 square kilometers), and an estimated population of 9.65 million (as of 2009).
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The post-Soviet satellite state of Belarus is near to many other former Soviet Union states. Bordered by Russia to the north and east, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the north, it is entirely surrounded and is thus known as a land-locked state.
Belarus is the world's 58th largest importer and the 30th mostcomplex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index. Thecountry's major imports are petroleum and petroleum gas, packagedmedicament, cars and parts, mineral products, machinery, chemicals,metals and food products.
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We are beautiful Russians, that's why we are called belarussians!
The country is called Belarus. Its official name is the Republic of Belarus, but prior to independence it was known as Belorussian (Byelorussian) Soviet Socialist Republic.
It's their climate, mid-continent climate. The same situation exists in our North American mid continent cities such as Winnipeg, Fargo, etc or larger, Manitoba and North Dakota,
Belarus - 80,155 square miles.
Belarus declared independence on 25 August 1991 . At this time it ceased to be Belorussian (Byelorussian) Soviet Socialist Republic, and became the republic of Belarus.
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Belarus is very flat. It has the Dnieper River, Western Dvina.Neman River, Bug River, Pripyat River, Sozh River, Berezina River,Neris River, Ptsich River, Shchara River and the Svislach River.TheValdai Hills are a popular place to fish. Lake Valdayskoye and LakeSelige are in a national park to...
Yes, in Belarus you can marry; your actual wedding ceremony will be unofficial- you would be considered officially married when you sign documents in Zaks (the government marriage center).
The coldest winter month in Belarus is traditionally January.
No, they are not, along with the Soviet states which have territories located in Europe, such as Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Moldova , Azerbaijan and Georgia.
People outside of Minsk on collective farms can be pretty poor, but generally the country isn't too bad.
I don't think "Bela" actually means anything on it's own. But it comes from the old Russian name of the area which was normally refered to as "White Russia" in English - although I think white Russia actually covered more ground than Belarus does now.
5 . lativa & lithuania to the north . russia to the east . ukraine to the south . poland to the west
Belarus is located in Eastern Europe .
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Technically there is no official interpretation of what the color represents, but Lukashenka (the leader/dictator of the country) has said that "red stands for the freedom and sacrifice for the nation's forefathers and that green stands for life." The decorative pattern on the side of the flag is...
A small country in Eastern Europe, and is one of the new world countries
He wanted to escape the poor life he had to live.
No. Belarus is a country that is completely land-locked.
Belarus is a country in Europe.
It's possible that some people in Belarus speak French. However, it is not recognized as an official language of the country. The official languages of Belarus are Belarusian and Russian.
Please don't apply American party political terms to other countries. They often don't fit. Belarus is a latter day Communist country (with some democratic trappings).
The train between Berlin Germany and Brest Belarus runs one everyhour. For the local, it may stop every other 15 minutes.
No, Belarus is a presidential republic, meaning that the leader isdirectly elected by the people and not responsible to thelegislature, and that the nation's sovereignty rests with thepeople.
No. Belarus is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe.
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Belarus is a country in the Eastern Europe. It doesn't have any sea access and it is bordered by Russia to the East and Northeast, by Poland to the West, by Latvia and Lithuania to the Northwest, and by Ukraine to the South.
Minsk: It has a population of 1,836,808 inhabitants (2009 census).
The White Stork is the national bird of Belarus. Belarussians have many legends connected with this bird. It is a symbol of Belarussian nature, happiness and youth. To kill the stork is a very very bad thing. Also it is said that a pair of storks always live together, but if one among the pair...
Belarus shares a border with the following: . Latvia and Lithuania to the northwest . Poland to the west . Russia to the east . Ukraine to the south
Belarus: 207,595 km2 or 80,155 sq mi Nebraska: 200,520 km2 or 77,354 sq mi Belarus is larger than Nebraska in terms of size.
The name Belarus means "White Russia", but it is no longer a state - Belarus has been an independent country since 1991.
No, some people of Prussia migrated to were Belarus is today around 1230 due to German and Polish onset.
Belarus was formerly known as Belorussian (Byelorussian) Soviet Socialist Republic.
It isn't any more. Belarus used to be one of the states of the USSR. When the USSR collapsed, Belarus gained its independence, doing so in 1991.
Belarus is a landlocked country in eastern Europe surrounded by Russia to the northeast, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest.
The two countries share a border.
Belarussian language is used in legal documents such as marriage certificates and passports (list goes pretty far). There are several schools and universitites that teach only in belarussian and some older cities and villages (with older population) use belarussian, but have no problem speaking...
So few sightings are actually reported, there are no reliable statistics.
Belarus, is the answer and it is located just North of Ukraine.
Belarus is indeed a very old country and the youngest city in Belarus is it's capital - Minsk, over 900 years old. Main tourist attraction is architecture such as 11th century castles, churches and so on. Also, belarus is rich in its culture and has a beautiful landscape area.
not too much. It depends on subjects. For example, teacher of English who is native speaker can earn 1000 dollars a month. A teacher of math make about 300 dollars
The currency of Belarus is Ruble, but not the same one as they use in Russia and few other countries.
the main exports of Belarus are wheat and vegetables and the main imports are oil and gas... i think
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Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2010, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2009, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2008, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2007, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2006, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2005, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2004, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2003, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2002, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2001, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 2000, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 1999, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 1998, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 1997, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 1996, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the President of Belarus in 1995, and has been President since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as previously their leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Alexander Lukashenko was the president of Belarus since taking power in 1994 July 20. He is the first and only president Belarus has had since becoming a Republic, as before July 20, Belarus' leader was the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet.
Minsk has a continental climate: warm summers and cold winters.
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landforms for belarus are on googel...but here are some :o
yes i do it all the time you just call the moving company and buy a box to put it in and ship it over! their so cuddly! and when they die their so yummy!
Romania was not a part of Soviet Union (excepting Northern Bukovina and Bassarabia)..
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Belarus, as of present, does not have a national tree.
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are the baltic countries.
Aleksandr Lukashenko is the President of Belarus. He has been the only person who has served as President of Belarus since the elections in 1994.
Other than Macedonia being a province in Greece and not a countryeverything is In Europe
In Belarus we have the same jobs as in America. Most women go to medical school or they work in the shops or store. Men work in meat stores or drive taxi. some do government work or even work in the chocolate factory. everyone works the fields in the spring and summer.
Yes. There are many pet dogs and cats in the nation of Belarus.
Romania was not a part of Soviet Union (excepting Northern Bukovina and Bassarabia).