Some hints and tips for those who come to Belarus for the first time: Police, Border Guard, Customs, Security, Transport, Food, Accommodation etc.
Around 4,000 people a year visit Belarusain health resort located half a kilometer deep underground – in a depth of potassium salt layer.
Lad and Serge talk about public catering, restaurants, food, prices and relating services, and give some inside about Belarusian restaurant business. Continue reading “Restaurants and public catering in Belarus 🎥”
In this EXPAT.BY expert talk we share the very basics you shall be aware of before coming to Belarus.
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In this EXPAT.BY expert talk we discuss questions relating to taking a taxi in Minsk. Continue reading “Taking Taxi in Minsk – EXPAT.BY expert talk”
Our first introductory videocast. Who we are, what we offer and how we can be useful for you.
Lots of photos and links to more photos ‼️
This scandal had two parts: first – the long lasting tabloid-liked scandal, and second – organizers had asked to forget about the contest.
There is a tired old cliché that Belarus is a Soviet theme park, a phrase overused in the West, most often on Internet tourist sites. Most Belarusians do not want a return of the Soviet Union, but they do have some ties to a Soviet identity, one that has been consciously and deliberately fostered by the Lukashenka presidency and linked to the USSR’s victory over Nazi Germany.
On 4 July the president of the Papal Inter-Religious Committee from the Vatican, Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, met with Alexander Lukashenka in Minsk. During the meeting, Belarusian authorities tried to convince the Vatican’s representative that all 25 religious denominations present in Belarus live in peace and enjoy freedom. However, as Lukashenka made clear, only the Orthodox Church can have a leading role in Belarusian society.
In Belarus politics, Mogilev (Mahiloŭ) region (oblast) is associated with its most famous figure – the present President of Belarus. Apparently, the region has greatly influenced Lukashenko’s identity and politics. It lies in the east of Belarus on the border with Russia, and is, for all appearances, the least Belarusian-speaking in the country.
* This article used Belarusian transcription of names