Which country is Minsk in?
The capital of Belarus is not only the political and economic center of the country, but also the cultural heart of the state. More than 1.9 million people live in Minsk, a city that can look back on a rich and colorful history. During the Second World War, the city was almost completely destroyed, but was rebuilt with great attention to detail. The combination of magnificent wide streets, interesting architecture and beautiful parks makes Minsk a very multifaceted city.
The former Soviet Republic of Belarus is on the map (recently “Belarus”; formerly also “Belarus”) an independent republic in Eastern Europe with an area of 207,600 square kilometers and about 10 million inhabitants. Belarus is bordered by Lithuania and Latvia to the north, Russia to the east, Ukraine to the south and Poland to the west. The capital of Belarus is Minsk.
The population of Belarus is predominantly made up of Belarusians. Minorities are Latvians, Lithuanians, Slovaks, Moldovans and Germans. The capital Minsk is the largest city in Belarus with about 1.7 million inhabitants. Other major cities are Vitebsk, Mahiljou, Hrodna, Brest and Homel.
Is Minsk part of Russia?
Is Minsk part of Ukraine?
What country does Belarus belong to?