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In Belarus, you can wander through the Bialowieza Forest, some of the last remaining primeval forest in Europe, home to wolves, lynx, and European bison, as well as designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Belarus also has three other UNESCO sites: the restored medieval castles of Mir and Nesvizh and part of a chain of survey triangulation points called the Struve Geodetic Arc.

Check out our articles below to see the bizarre design of the Belarus National Library in Minsk and learn why you really should visit a totalitarian country.


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