• 7 facts about Belarus

    Considered the last dictatorship in Europe, under the ferm rule of president Alexander Lukashenko, who has been in power since 1994, Belarus is one of the least know European countries, considered by most as a puppet state of Russia. But nations are about people and belarusians are worth discovering. Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Belarus, a former member of the USSR. Today it remains a country with a heavy soviet atmosp...

    published: 16 May 2015
  • About Belarus (english)

    Presentation of Belarus. History, culture, tourist attractions as well as showcase of industries and economy.

    published: 14 May 2011
  • Belarus Revives Traditional Culture: Festival features dancing, singing and jumping over bonfires

    Belarusians fond of traditions past have gathered for 'Petrovski fest' with visitors came from all over Belarus to taking part in old rites, singing, songs, dancing and jumping over fires. One of the organisers, a choreographer of ethnic dances and the head of a folk dance group Verabeiki, Sergei Vyskvarka, told Reuters that the festival appeals to a broad range of people. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv

    published: 18 Jul 2015
  • Byelorussian dance, Belarus | World Culture Festival 2016

    Byelorussian Dance - performed by 50 folk dancers from Belarus Water-Nymphs, Fairies, Fertility Goddesses, Flowers and Bonfires all come together in 'Ivan Kupala Rituals' to mark the peak of summer. 50 dancers from folk group vetch dressed in their national costumes of red and white. Accompanied by their 200 year old musical instruments dance to make the relationship between man and nature come alive choreographed by Elena Rybchinskaia Glimpses from the World Culture Festival (WCF), a celebration of the Art of Living’s 35th anniversary, that was held in New Delhi, India between March 11-13, 2016. Hosted on the world’s largest floating stage of 7 acres, WCF brought together 3.75 million people from 155 countries. The 3-day event was marked by mesmerizing performances by 36,603 artists fr...

    published: 06 Mar 2017
  • The Culture of Belarus in Pictures

    Some interesting pieces of the Belarusian culture!

    published: 29 Dec 2011
  • The Culture of Belarus

    Over 12 years we collected hundreds of photographs of the awesome art, music, dance, sculpture and general culture of Belarus. The students are ambitious to achieve success - whilst their teachers are enthusiastic, talented and dedicated.95% of these photographs were taken within 60 miles/100 kilometres of Chernobyl in the city of Mozyr. Most examples are the works of young students although also included are exhibits from a few of their teachers.Let us show that the culture of Belarus is indeed a jewel in world culture - no longer to be kept a secret. I will always look on the inhabitants of Belarus as the nation with sparkling eyes. The music is provided by the teachers and students of Art and Music School No2. Others may promote a different story but this is mine. Enjoy. Don

    published: 23 Aug 2008
  • Culture Of Belarus

    The '''culture of Belarus''' is the product of a millennium of development under the impact of a number of diverse factors. These include the physical environment; the ethnographic background of Belarusians ( the merger of Slavic newcomers with Baltic natives ) ; the paganism of the early settlers and their hosts; Eastern Orthodox Christianity as a link to the Byzantine literary and cultural traditions; the country's lack of natural borders; the flow of rivers toward both the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea; and the variety of religions in the region ( Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Judaism, and Islam ) . An early Western influence on Belarusian culture was Magdeburg Law charters that granted municipal self-rule and were based on the laws of German cities. These charters were granted in the fourteen...

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Cultural differences and similarities between Sweden and Belarus

    Anastasia and Sergei from Gymnasium No 1 in Minsk talks about their expectations on their stay in Mullsjö, Sweden. Between fall in 2009 and spring in 2010 there was held an exchange project between students and teachers from Mullsjögymnasiet in Mullsjö, Sweden and Gymnasium No 1 in Minsk, Belarus. The project was financed by the Swedish Institutes Baltic Sea program, the Visby program. The intent of the project was to discover an unknown culture and to explore the differences and similarities with being a youth in Belarus or Sweden. In addition the participants got friends and memories for life.

    published: 22 Apr 2010
  • Culture days of Kazakhstan continue in Belarus

    The Culture days of Kazakhstan continue in Minsk. A gala concert of the Kazakh artists was held to a full house at the Belarusian Academic Musical Theatre yesterday. Roza Rymbayeva, dance ensemble "Akku", ethno-rock band "Ulytau" and an ensemble of dombrists "Serper" took part in the concert.

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  • Best Sightseeing of Minsk, Belarus. Full City Tour

    These are the places you will see: 00:40 The Palace of Culture 01:00 The Palace of Culture 01:45 Nezavisimosti Avenue - Independence Avenue 01:48 Oktyabrskaya Square 01:51 The Palace of Culture 01:56 The Palace of the Republic 02:06 Nezavisimosti Avenue - Independence Avenue 02:20 Lenina Street 02:34 Belarusian State Academy of Music 03:00 Roman Catholic Cathedral of Saint Virgin Mary 03:28 Roman Catholic Cathedral of Saint Virgin Mary 04:10 City Hall 04:17 Lenina Street 04:40 The Holy Spirit Cathedral 04:45 Nemiga Street 05:30 Galleria Minsk Mall 05:43 Sport Palace 06:18 Svislach River 06:23 Island of Tears 06:43 The Holy Spirit Cathedral 06:55 Troitsky Suburb - Historical Old Town 07:05 Island of Tears 07:25 Zybitskaya Street 07:45 The Holy Spirit Cathedral 08:00 The Holy Spirit Cathed...

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7 facts about Belarus

7 facts about Belarus

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  • Updated: 16 May 2015
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Considered the last dictatorship in Europe, under the ferm rule of president Alexander Lukashenko, who has been in power since 1994, Belarus is one of the least know European countries, considered by most as a puppet state of Russia. But nations are about people and belarusians are worth discovering. Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Belarus, a former member of the USSR. Today it remains a country with a heavy soviet atmosphere, a state-controlled economy, censorship and fixed elections. However Minsk, the capital of Belarus, is a cosmopolitan city, elegant and well maintained. Tourists in Minsk can find several attractions and generally don’t feel oppressed in any way. More information about the video content bellow: 1. The longest street in Belarus - Independence Avenue in Minsk is 15 km long. Throughout its history, it not only grew in length and width, but also changed it’s name of 14 times. This is one of the last mainline neoclassical ensembles in the world of architecture, one of the longest street in Europe, and a Bidder for inclusion in the List of World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. 2. Belarus still applies the death penalty. The ultimate punishment has been completely abolished in all European countries, except for Belarus and Kazakhstan. Capital punishment can be issued for crimes that occur against the state or against individuals. 3. The national Library of Belarus is 72.6 meters high and weighs 115 000 tonnes. Total area - 112,600 m². The building has 22 floors, it can seat about 2,000 readers and features a 500-seat conference hall. As of 2009 it is the only structure in Minsk with a public observation deck. 4. Minsk Botanical Garden is the 3rd largest in Europe, after the Royal Botanic Garden Kew in London, and Real Jardin Botanico in Madrid. The Area of the Botanical Garden is 96 hectares. It dates from 1932 and feature some 9,000 different species. 5. Nobody would guess that in 1939 - 1946 Minsk was the jazz capital of the USSR. During these years, Eddie Rosner, a German Jew who came to Minsk after the manifestation of Hitler's attitude toward Jews, worked in Minsk Art. Since 1946, Jazz was banned in the Soviet Union, and Rosner was sent to the Gulag for 10 years. Since jazz was considered an American movement, all traces of it were oppressed by the soviet authorities. 6. Belarus was one of the first nations in Europe to have its own printed Bible (1517). Belarus’ first printer Frantsysk Skorina started his publishing business in Prague where he printed 23 illustrated Bibles. They were published in the old Belarusian language. In the early 1520s he moved to Vilno where he founded a publishing house. It printed the Small Travel Guide and Book of the Apostles. Frantsysk Skorina's works were distinguished by high print quality, unique illustrations and distinctive typefaces. 7. Belarusian is one of the East Slavic languages and shares many grammatical and lexical features with other members of the group. To some extent, Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian are mutually intelligible. Its predecessor stage is known as Old Belarusian (14th to 17th centuries), in turn descended from Old East Slavic (10th to 13th centuries). The question of whether contemporary Belarusian and Russian (as well as Ukrainian and Rusyn) are dialects of a single language or separate languages is not entirely decided by linguistic factors alone, since there is a high degree of mutual intelligibility. More Info: http://mynativebelarus.blogspot.ro/2012/07/interesting-facts-about-belarus.html http://www.insidebelarus.com/article/intesresting_facts_about_minsk http://www.belarus.by/en/about-belarus/did-you-know http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_Belarus https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Library_of_Belarus https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belarusian_language Music: Ketsa – A different dimension http://freemusicarchive.org Images: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1739964 http://dima67574.livejournal.com/1365.html http://realt.onliner.by/2012/12/03/fotofakt-cirk-i-prospekt http://urban3p.ru/blogs/29224/ https://www.amnesty.org/en/articles/news/2015/04/the-ultimate-punishment-a-beginners-guide-to-the-death-penalty/ http://mynativebelarus.blogspot.ro/2012/08/national-library-of-belarus.html http://www.funnybuildings.com/pagegal.php?id=344 http://www.funnybuildings.com/pagegal.php?id=344 http://avemey.com/photos.php?lang=en&page=22 http://www.dannyboyjazzandblues.com/ http://utahmusicians.org/archives/ http://arthopper.org/looks-good-on-paper-looks-good-in-person/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francysk_Skaryna
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About Belarus (english)

About Belarus (english)

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Presentation of Belarus. History, culture, tourist attractions as well as showcase of industries and economy.
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Belarus Revives Traditional Culture: Festival features dancing, singing and jumping over bonfires

Belarus Revives Traditional Culture: Festival features dancing, singing and jumping over bonfires

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Belarusians fond of traditions past have gathered for 'Petrovski fest' with visitors came from all over Belarus to taking part in old rites, singing, songs, dancing and jumping over fires. One of the organisers, a choreographer of ethnic dances and the head of a folk dance group Verabeiki, Sergei Vyskvarka, told Reuters that the festival appeals to a broad range of people. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Byelorussian dance, Belarus | World Culture Festival 2016

Byelorussian dance, Belarus | World Culture Festival 2016

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  • Updated: 06 Mar 2017
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Byelorussian Dance - performed by 50 folk dancers from Belarus Water-Nymphs, Fairies, Fertility Goddesses, Flowers and Bonfires all come together in 'Ivan Kupala Rituals' to mark the peak of summer. 50 dancers from folk group vetch dressed in their national costumes of red and white. Accompanied by their 200 year old musical instruments dance to make the relationship between man and nature come alive choreographed by Elena Rybchinskaia Glimpses from the World Culture Festival (WCF), a celebration of the Art of Living’s 35th anniversary, that was held in New Delhi, India between March 11-13, 2016. Hosted on the world’s largest floating stage of 7 acres, WCF brought together 3.75 million people from 155 countries. The 3-day event was marked by mesmerizing performances by 36,603 artists from around the globe and showcased cultural diversity like never-seen-before. An estimated 1.8 billion people watched the live telecast of the event from 767,463 locations across 188 countries. For more information, please visit www.artofliving.org/wcf. Subscribe to the Art of Living’s channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/artoflivingsatsang?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to the Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/ArtOfLivingTV?sub_confirmation=1 Sri Sri Ravi Shankar founded The Art of Living as an international, non-profit, educational and humanitarian organization in 1982. Its educational and self-development programs offer powerful tools to eliminate stress and foster a sense of well-being through powerful breathing techniques such as Sudarshan Kriya and Yoga. Appealing not only to a specific population, these practices have proven effective globally at all levels of society. For real-time updates from Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, follow him on Twitter! - https://twitter.com/SriSri?lang=en Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Official Facebook Channel: https://www.facebook.com/SriSriRaviShankar/?fref=ts Art of Living Official Channels: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TheArtOfLivingGlobal Twitter - https://twitter.com/ArtofLiving?lang=en More on the Yoga Way of Life: http://www.artofliving.org/in-en/yoga Yoga Poses Categories: http://www.artofliving.org/in-en/yoga/yoga-poses/yoga-poses-categories Take a Step Towards Happiness! - http://goo.gl/wDmvJc
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The Culture of Belarus in Pictures

The Culture of Belarus in Pictures

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Some interesting pieces of the Belarusian culture!
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The Culture of Belarus

The Culture of Belarus

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  • Updated: 23 Aug 2008
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Over 12 years we collected hundreds of photographs of the awesome art, music, dance, sculpture and general culture of Belarus. The students are ambitious to achieve success - whilst their teachers are enthusiastic, talented and dedicated.95% of these photographs were taken within 60 miles/100 kilometres of Chernobyl in the city of Mozyr. Most examples are the works of young students although also included are exhibits from a few of their teachers.Let us show that the culture of Belarus is indeed a jewel in world culture - no longer to be kept a secret. I will always look on the inhabitants of Belarus as the nation with sparkling eyes. The music is provided by the teachers and students of Art and Music School No2. Others may promote a different story but this is mine. Enjoy. Don
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Culture Of Belarus

Culture Of Belarus

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The '''culture of Belarus''' is the product of a millennium of development under the impact of a number of diverse factors. These include the physical environment; the ethnographic background of Belarusians ( the merger of Slavic newcomers with Baltic natives ) ; the paganism of the early settlers and their hosts; Eastern Orthodox Christianity as a link to the Byzantine literary and cultural traditions; the country's lack of natural borders; the flow of rivers toward both the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea; and the variety of religions in the region ( Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Judaism, and Islam ) . An early Western influence on Belarusian culture was Magdeburg Law charters that granted municipal self-rule and were based on the laws of German cities. These charters were granted in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries by grand dukes and kings to a number of cities, including Brest, Grodno, Slutsk, and Minsk. The tradition of self-government not only facilitated contacts with Western Europe but also nurtured self-reliance, entrepreneurship, and a sense of civic responsibility. In 1517-19 Francysk Skaryna ( ca. 1490-1552 ) translated the Bible into the vernacular ( Old Belarusian ) . Under the communist regime, Skaryna's work was vastly undervalued, but in independent Belarus he became an inspiration for the emerging national consciousness as much for his advocacy of the Belarusian language as for his humanistic ideas. From the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries, when the ideas of humanism, the Renaissance, and the Reformation were alive in Western Europe, these ideas were debated in Belarus as well because of trade relations there and because of the enrollment of noblemen's and burghers' sons in Western universities. The Reformation and Counter-Reformation also contributed greatly to the flourishing of polemical writings as well as to the spread of printing houses and schools. During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, when Poland and Russia were making deep political and cultural inroads in Belarus by assimilating the nobility into their respective cultures, the rulers succeeded in associating Belarusian culture primarily with peasant ways, folklore, ethnic dress, and ethnic customs, with an overlay of Christianity. This was the point of departure for some national activists who attempted to attain statehood for their nation in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The development of Belarusian literature, spreading the idea of nationhood for the Belarusians, was epitomized by the literary works of Yanka Kupala ( 18821942 ) and Yakub Kolas ( 1882–1956 ) . The works of these poets, along with several other outstanding writers, became the classics of modern Belarusian literature by writing widely on rural themes ( the countryside was where the writers heard the Belarusian language ) and by modernizing the Belarusian literary language, which had been little used since the sixteenth century. Postindependence authors in the 1990s continued to use rural themes widely. Unlike literature's focus on rural life, other fields of culture painting, sculpture, music, film, and theater centered on urban reality, universal concerns, and universal values. All text, either derivative works from Wikipedia Articles or original content shared here, is licensed under: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License A full list of the authors of the original content can be found in the following subdomain of wikipedia, here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_Belarus (Culture: Culture by Country)
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Cultural differences and similarities between Sweden and Belarus

Cultural differences and similarities between Sweden and Belarus

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Anastasia and Sergei from Gymnasium No 1 in Minsk talks about their expectations on their stay in Mullsjö, Sweden. Between fall in 2009 and spring in 2010 there was held an exchange project between students and teachers from Mullsjögymnasiet in Mullsjö, Sweden and Gymnasium No 1 in Minsk, Belarus. The project was financed by the Swedish Institutes Baltic Sea program, the Visby program. The intent of the project was to discover an unknown culture and to explore the differences and similarities with being a youth in Belarus or Sweden. In addition the participants got friends and memories for life.
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Culture days of Kazakhstan continue in Belarus

Culture days of Kazakhstan continue in Belarus

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The Culture days of Kazakhstan continue in Minsk. A gala concert of the Kazakh artists was held to a full house at the Belarusian Academic Musical Theatre yesterday. Roza Rymbayeva, dance ensemble "Akku", ethno-rock band "Ulytau" and an ensemble of dombrists "Serper" took part in the concert.
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Belarus AA

Belarus AA

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Winning Through Culture | HEINEKEN Belarus

Winning Through Culture | HEINEKEN Belarus

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The Days of Qatari Culture in Minsk Belarus 18.06.2012.

The Days of Qatari Culture in Minsk Belarus 18.06.2012.

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The Days of Qatari Culture in Minsk Belarus 18.06.2012. The opening ceremony was held at the Belarusian State Philharmonic Hall. Qatari music and dance bands performed in the hall following the ceremony.
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Best Sightseeing of Minsk, Belarus. Full City Tour

Best Sightseeing of Minsk, Belarus. Full City Tour

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These are the places you will see: 00:40 The Palace of Culture 01:00 The Palace of Culture 01:45 Nezavisimosti Avenue - Independence Avenue 01:48 Oktyabrskaya Square 01:51 The Palace of Culture 01:56 The Palace of the Republic 02:06 Nezavisimosti Avenue - Independence Avenue 02:20 Lenina Street 02:34 Belarusian State Academy of Music 03:00 Roman Catholic Cathedral of Saint Virgin Mary 03:28 Roman Catholic Cathedral of Saint Virgin Mary 04:10 City Hall 04:17 Lenina Street 04:40 The Holy Spirit Cathedral 04:45 Nemiga Street 05:30 Galleria Minsk Mall 05:43 Sport Palace 06:18 Svislach River 06:23 Island of Tears 06:43 The Holy Spirit Cathedral 06:55 Troitsky Suburb - Historical Old Town 07:05 Island of Tears 07:25 Zybitskaya Street 07:45 The Holy Spirit Cathedral 08:00 The Holy Spirit Cathedral 08:50 The Holy Spirit Cathedral 08:58 Liberty Square 09:21 City Hall 09:30 Cathedral of Saint Virgin Mary 10:55 Internatsionalnaya Street 11:10 Police Museum 11:25 Nezavisimosti Avenue - Independence Avenue 11:46 Central Post Office 11:52 Minsk Hotel 11,58 Independence Square 12,25 Roman Catholic Church of Saints Simon and Helen (Red Church) 13:10 Roman Catholic Church of Saints Simon and Helen (Red Church) 14:07 Independence Square 14:23 Belarusian State University 14:33 Belarusian Pedagogical University 14:38 Fountain of Independence 14:55 Stolitsa Underground Shopping Center 15:19 Central Railway Station 15:30 Minsk Gates 15:47 Minsk Gates 16:22 Lenina Underground Station 16:42 National Flag Square 17:10 Palace of Independence 17:31 Prime Hall Concert Hall 17:40 Zamok Shopping Center 18:00 Zamok Shopping Center 18:17 Belarusian State Circus 18:35 Victory Square 19:30 War Victory Memorial 19:50 Frunze Street 20:08 Gorky Central Children's Park 21:55 Gorky Central Children's Park 22:37 Svislach River 22:57 Nezavisimosti Avenue - Independence Avenue 23:15 Yakuba Kolas Square 23:50 Komarovsky Food Market 24:10 Komarovsky Food Market
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Belarus underground culture

Belarus underground culture

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Natalia A. Koliada, Director and co-founder of Belarus Free Theatre, talks to us about the present situation in the last dictatorship in Europe.
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Historical and Cultural Facts about Belarus

Historical and Cultural Facts about Belarus

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The Culture of Belarus

The Culture of Belarus

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The arts are very important to the people in Belarus. This shows just a few of them.
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Belarus (History, people, culture)

Belarus (History, people, culture)

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Belarus. History of Belarus. People. Culture. Беларусь. История Беларуси. Люди Беларуси. Культура Беларуси.
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Easy Belarusian - Basic Phrases 1

Easy Belarusian - Basic Phrases 1

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Katerina helps us to learn the most important phrases in Belarusian :D This video has been produced in the framework of the Digital Participation Camp, an international meet up of digital entrepreneurs from around the globe. Check out http://www.dpsummit.org for more information! Easy Languages is an international project aiming at supporting people worldwide to learn languages through authentic street interviews. We also use this format to expose our street culture abroad and create a more diverse image of our countries. Episodes are produced in local languages and contain subtitles in both the original language as well as in English. More information at http://www.easy-languages.org/ http://www.facebook.com/easylanguagestreetinterviews Host of this episode: Katerina Fedyuk
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Culture of Belarus

Culture of Belarus

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The culture of Belarus is the product of a millennium of development under the impact of a number of diverse factors.These include the physical environment; the ethnographic background of Belarusians ; the paganism of the early settlers and their hosts; Byzantine Christianity as a link to the Orthodox religion and its literary tradition; the country's lack of natural borders; the flow of rivers toward both the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea; and the variety of religions in the region .An early Western influence on Belarusian culture was Magdeburg Law—charters that granted municipal self-rule and were based on the laws of German cities.These charters were granted in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries by grand dukes and kings to a number of cities, including Brest, Grodno, Slutsk, and Minsk. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Zscout370 License: Public domain Author(s): Zscout370 (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Zscout370) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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The day of Qatar culture in Minsk, Belarus

The day of Qatar culture in Minsk, Belarus

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The day of Qatar culture in Minsk, Belarus
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Riding to Dudutki - National Museum of History and Culture of Belarus

Riding to Dudutki - National Museum of History and Culture of Belarus

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Lifestyle in Africa and Belarus

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BELARUS FRANCHISE MODE

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Welcome to my channel where I play Quiplash with my subscribers and I do NHL 17 Franchise Modes
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belarus culture

belarus culture

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