Belarus is located in Eastern Europe and is independent since 1991 and has around 9.5 million people living in the country. Belarus has two official languages: Belarusian and Russian. Belarusian is linguistically a mix of Polish and Russian. Citizens from these countries understand the language, while they do not understand each other’s language. The capital Minsk is just a 3-hour drive from Vilnius in Lithuania. Minsk used to have two airports in the past. Nowadays only Minsk National Airport is in use. This airport was formerly known as Minsk-2. The other airport, Minsk-1, is no longer in use. Information about the only major airport in the country can be found here.
Practical information about Belarus:
Time zone: Minsk Time +3
Currency: Belarusian ruble
National Day: 3 July
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