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Gomel oblast lies to the southeast of Belarus and borders on Briansk oblast /Russia/, Kiev , Chernigov and Zhitomir oblasts /Ukraine/.

The territory of Gomel oblast is 40,400 square kilometers. One third of the territory is covered with forests; the biggest rivers – the Dnepr, the Sozh, the Berezina and the Pripiat – are the most important navigable ways of Belarus .

There is the national park Pripiatskiy and the Polesye radiation-ecological reserve in the oblast.

Today there are 23 museums and 4 theaters and philharmonic societies in Gomel oblast numbers.

The region has 2,540 monuments, 1,360 of them are monuments of history and culture, 140 – of architecture and 1,040 – of archeology. And if the latter /they include ancient settlements and burial places/ are of interest only to archeologists and historians, the other places stir deep interest of the people who appreciate architectural masterpieces and are fond of the Belarusian history.

 
01.11.2018
Plans to publish Belarusian folk tales in Serbian in Belgrade

Belarusian folk tales will be published in Serbian translation in Belgrade.

The agreement was reached on the sidelines of the 63rd International Belgrade Book Fair, which took place in the capital city of Serbia on 21-28 October, BelTA has learned.

28.08.2018
Belarus’ National Library presents facsimile edition of world’s first primer

A facsimile edition of the first primer was presented in Minsk on 28 August in anticipation of Knowledge Day (1 September) and the Belarusian Written Language Day, BelTA has learned.

02.08.2018
Korean culture festival in Minsk’s Upper City on 19 August

A Korean culture festival will take place in Minsk’s Upper City on 19 August, representatives of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Belarus told BelTA.

15.05.2018
Minsk to host Yuri Bashmet music festival on 6-20 October

The 13th Yuri Bashmet International Music Festival will take place in Minsk on 6-20 October, the organizers told BelTA.

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