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Landlocked Belarus, often known as the Republic of Belarus, is located in Eastern Europe. It shares borders with Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Russia to the east and northeast. With a population of 9.2 million and a land area of 207,600 square kilometers, Belarus is the 20th-most populous and 13th-largest country in Europe. Seven administrative regions make up the entire nation. The capital and largest city is Minsk.

In the Human Development Index, Belarus is a developing nation, coming in at number 53. It joined the CIS, the CSTO, the EAEU, the OSCE, and the Non-Aligned Movement. It has been a member of the United Nations since its founding. Although Belarus has never expressed interest in joining the EU, it nonetheless keeps a bilateral contact with the organization and takes part in two of its initiatives, the Baku Initiative and the Eastern Partnership. After the EU slapped more sanctions on Belarus, Belarus withdrew from the latter on June 28, 2021.

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ACCESSORIES IN BELARUS

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TRIBES IN BELARUS AND THEIR FASHION

The Dregovichi

The Dregoviches or Dregovichi were one of the tribal unions of Early East Slavs, that lived in the territories down the stream of the Pripyat River and northern parts of the right bank of the Dnieper river The name of the tribe likely derives from the Old Ruthenian word дрегвa or дрягва (drehva, or dryahva, which means “swamp”) because the Dregoviches used to live in the marshlands.

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The Radimichi People

The Radimichs were the East Slavic tribe of the last several centuries of the first millennium, which lived in the upper east parts of the Dnipro down the Sozh and its tributaries. The name probably was gotten from the name of the forefather of the tribe – Radim. 

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Cathedral Church of St. Francis Xavier – this church has become a remarkable monument of 17th century architecture.

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The Berezina Biosphere Reserve – here excellent conditions for ecotourism and professional hunting are created. The nature of the reserve guarantee of a good rest with small children.

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Bobruisk Fortress – this fortress was built at the command of the emperor Alexander 1. The citadel in Bobruisk had the first class of fortifications.

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Khatyn – this memorial complex is an iconic symbol of the hot pain of Belarusian people. The tragedy of a small village scorched by Nazis is immortalized in the memorial complex. The events of the war are depicted here in harsh and expressive archtectural solutions.

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Sophia Cathedral – this christian cathedral erected in the eleventh century, originally served as a fortification structure.

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Church of St. Simeon and St. Helen – this church is built of red brick. The amazing feature of the monument is that it fills everyone who visits it with kindness and bright thoughts.

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Mir Castle – the cream-brown tones in the facades and the pointed towers make it look festive and smart. The castle is everything tourists who visit Belarus want to see.

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Brest – this is a calm and tranquil city in the southwestern part of Belarus, with rich cultural life and economy, it is developing dynamically.

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The historical comple “Stalin line” – the initiative to create historical and cultural complex was approved by Alexander Lukashenko, for the basis of stored fortifications.

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Naroch National Park – lake Naroch attracts by its beautiful landscapes and perfect ecology. It provides good conditions for lovers of horse riding, fishing and hunting.

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Lida Castle – the castle compliments the sights of Belarus with interesting history and special features. It has  a regular fortification construction works.

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Lida Castle – the castle compliments the sights of Belarus with interesting history and special features. It has  a regular fortification construction works.

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Lake svityaz – the crystal clear water of the lake is surrounded by green velvet of sloping shores. It will be fascinating for those who like active rest.

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Belovezhskaya Pushcha – the natural complex is located on the territory of Brest and Grodno regions. There are naby species of anomals. The nature conservation site was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992.

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MUSIC IN BELARUS

Eastern European nation of Belarus has a long history of religious and folk music. Folk music in this nation has a history that dates back to the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The musical traditions of the nation were carried by its citizens to nations including Russia, Canada, the United States, Kazakhstan, and Latvia.

 Some musicians in Belarus include:

Max Korzh

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Lavon Volski

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Some art work in Belarus include:

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MEALS IN BELARUS

Zhurek – the history of this intriguing and peculiar soup dates back to the reign of Monomakh. One of the rare Belarusian recipes when the recipe does not call for potatoes.

Tsibriki – these are potato balls with cheese filling. Beer lovers will particularly enjoy an unusual dish since crispy tsibriki and cold beer make the ideal pairing for a social gathering.

Galushki – despite being a classic peasant dish, galushki can be served as a main course as well as a wonderful side dish.

Tukmachi – the primary component of tukmachis is pre-fried onions in fresh lard that are added to the casserole either during or after cooking.

Kletski – you can serve kletski alone with sour cream and fried onions, or you can add some roasted chicken and fresh herbs from the garden to the dish.

Nalistniki – popular in Belarus, nalistniki are much thinner, unleavened liquid dough pancakes that are mainly utilized for serving than for flavoring food.

Zhurek

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Tsibriki

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Galushki

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Tukmachi

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Kletski

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Nalistniki

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Babka – delicate potatoes with a light crust, combined with meat and sour cream.

Karavai – It is a symbol of hospitality and respect for those people for whom this loaf has been baked. The loaf has a rich, very mild taste, which is achieved by adding a large number of eggs and milk.

Sashni- another variation of the dish from potatoes is sashni.  They are small potato cutlets with cottage cheese stuffing.

Draniki – thin, slightly crunchy pancakes, despite their external miniature, can easily satisfy hunger. They are usually served with sour cream and greens.

Babka

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Karavai

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Sashni

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Draniki

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AND HABITAT PROTECTION IN BELARUS 

The Białowieża Woodland is a forest that lies between Poland and Belarus. It is among the last and biggest pieces of the enormous primordial forest that once covered the European Plain. 800 European Bison, the biggest land animal in Europe, reside in the woodland. Both the Polish Biosphere Reserve Biaowiea and the Belarusian Biosphere Reserve Belovezhskaya Puschcha were recognized by UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Programme in 1976 and 1993, respectively.

The Belarusian Biosphere Reserve, which is separated into transition, buffer, and core zones, has a total size of 216,200 ha in 2015. The forest has been named both an EU Natura 2000 Special Area of Conservation and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.By decision from the Heritage Committee in June 2014, the UNESCO World Heritage site “Belovezhskaya Pushcha/Białowieża Forest, Belarus, Poland” was expanded to become “Białowieża Forest, Belarus, Poland.” It is located 62 kilometers (39 miles) south of Biaystok, Poland, and 70 kilometers (43 miles) north of Brest, Belarus, where it shares a border with Poland’s Podlaskie Voivodeship. The extent of the Białowieża Forest World Heritage site is 141,885 ha. There is a border crossing available for hikers and cyclists due to the fact that the border between the two nations passes through the forest.

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EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN BELARUS

With a population of about 9.5 million (as of 2019), Belarus contributes about 0.18% of the world’s overall emissions of greenhouse gases. Belarus had 6.8 t of CO2Eq emissions per person in 2018, and despite the indicator’s recent wide swings, it generally increased. The economy’s carbon intensity reduced nearly four times between 1995 and 2012, making it the region of Europe with the greatest rate of transition to low-carbon development.

The two industries in Belarus with the highest percentages of GHG emissions are energy and agriculture, and here is where the majority of the mitigation potential is.

Belarus has an abundance of water, but because of increased flooding, heavy rain events, and altered drainage patterns, the quality of that water may decline. In a nation where about 40.1% of the land is forested, warming temperatures are likely to alter how ecosystems function, how forests are made up, and how some tree species, like spruce fare. Forests may be more susceptible to climatic risks like disease outbreaks and forest fires as a result of drought and rising temperatures.

Agriculture, human health, forestry, water resources, and energy are the industries that are most at risk.

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GENDER EQUALITY IN BELARUS

The historical events that took place in Belarus, especially when the “idea of equal rights for women was first developed and substantiated in the late 16th century,” are what led to the development of women’s characteristics in Belarus today. One of the most significant legal texts in Belarusian history, the so-called Grand Duchy Charter of 1588, guaranteed the legal equality of women in Belarus. Every year on March 8th, International Women’s Day, Belarus celebrates women and their contributions to society.

Veranika Tsepkala – Belarusian political activist.

Alena Kupchyna – Belarusian diplomat, currently serving as co-ordinator of Activities to Address Transnational  Threats at the Organization for security and Co-operation in Europe.

Sviatiana Tsikhanoukaya – Belarusian educator and leader of the Belarusian democratic movement.

Natalya Ivanovna Kochanova – Belarusian politician who has been speaker of the council of the Republic of Belarus.

Veranika Tsepkala

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Alena Kupchyna

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Sviatiana Tsikhanoukaya

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Natalya Ivanovna Kochanova

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Kana Kanapatskaya –Belarusian lawyer, politician, entrepreneur and candidate in the 2020 Belarusian presidential election.

Lidia Yermoshina – Belarusian politician, who was a member of the Central Election Commission in Belarus.

Tatsiana Karatkevich – Belarusian politician, member of civic campaign who was a candidate for the 2015 presidential election.

Alena Anisim – Belarusian politician and member of the house of representatives of Belarus.

Kana Kanapatskaya

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Lidia Yermoshina

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Tatsiana Karatkevich

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Alena Anisim

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