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The capital, Minsk, was completely rebuilt along Stalinist lines after World War II, but despite its monotonously heroic architecture, it is a lively commercial city with a long tradition of cultural excellence - the ballet is particularly strong. Brest, a potentially thriving trade centre, is famous for its ruined fortress, while in Grodno, on the rail route between Vilnius and Warsaw, there are some splendid baroque churches.



General Information

Area:
207,600 sq km
Population:
10,310,520
Capital City:
Minsk
Currency:
Belarusian ruble BYB/BYR
Time Zone:
GMT / UTC +2
Language:
Belarusian, Russian
Religion:
Eastern Orthodox,
Roman Catholic
Government:
Republic