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What is the size of Belarus?

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2011-01-22 09:19:05
2011-01-22 09:19:05

Belarus has a total land area of 207,600 sq km, or 80,150 sq miles.

The length of its land boundary is 3,306 km.

It is number 85 on the list of countries by size.

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