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Belarus is divided into six regions which are named after the cities that serve as their administrative centers as stated in <ref>Wikipedia|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belarus</ref>. The six region are:.
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Belarus is divided into six regions which are named after the cities that serve as their administrative centers as stated in <ref>Wikipedia|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belarus</ref>. The six region are:.  
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|1.Brest Region (Brest)
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|1.Brest Region (Brest) |2.Homel Region (Homel) |3.Hrodna Region (Hrodna) |4.Magileu Region (Magileu) |5.Minsk Region (Minsk) |6.Vitebsk Region (Vitebsk  
|2.Homel Region (Homel)  
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|3.Hrodna Region (Hrodna)  
 
|4.Magileu Region (Magileu)  
 
|5.Minsk Region (Minsk)  
 
|6.Vitebsk Region (Vitebsk  
 
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Revision as of 17:02, 15 November 2014

Belarus is divided into six regions which are named after the cities that serve as their administrative centers as stated in [1]. The six region are:.

|1.Brest Region (Brest) |2.Homel Region (Homel) |3.Hrodna Region (Hrodna) |4.Magileu Region (Magileu) |5.Minsk Region (Minsk) |6.Vitebsk Region (Vitebsk