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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 the wikipedia article about Belarus. <ref>Wikipedia|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belarus</ref> The six region are:  
 
Belarus is divided into six regions which are named after the cities that serve as their administrative centers as stated in the wikipedia article about Belarus. <ref>Wikipedia|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belarus</ref> 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  
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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)
  
[http://www.mapsofworld.com/belarus/belarus-political-map.html '''Political Map of Belarus''']
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[http://www.mapsofworld.com/belarus/belarus-political-map.html '''Political Map of Belarus''']  
  
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Regions[edit | edit source]

Belarus is divided into six regions which are named after the cities that serve as their administrative centers as stated in the wikipedia article about Belarus. [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)

Political Map of Belarus


References[edit | edit source]


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