Belarus, officially known as the Republic of Belarus, is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe. Belarus is bordered by Russia to the northeast, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest. Minsk is the capital of Belarus. Belarusian and Russian are the two official languages of Belarus. Belarus has some UNESCO-designated World Heritage Sites. They are:
- The Mir Castle Complex
- The Nesvizh Castle
- The Belovezhskaya Pushcha
- The Struve Geodetic Arc
Top 10 Daily Newspapers in Belarus
- Sovetskaya Belorussiya – Belarus’ Segodnya
- Nasha Niva
- Narodnaja Volya
- Novy Chas
- Belorusy i rynok
- Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta
- Gomelskaya Pravda
Sovetskaya Belorussiya – Belarus’ Segodnya
Sovetskaya Belorussiya – Belarus Segodnya is a very popular daily newspaper in Belarus. The newspaper was found on August 2, 1927. Presidential Administration of Belarus is the owner of this newspaper. The language of this newspaper is Russian. Dzmitry Zhuk is the editor of this newspaper. The newspaper has a circulation of 190,000 per day. From 1994, this newspaper is the official organ of the Presidential Administration of Belarus.
Nasha Niva is a renowned newspaper of Belarus. The newspaper was found in 1906 and it is one of the oldest newspapers in Belarus. VPUP Surodzichy is the owner of this newspaper. The language of this newspaper is Belarusian. It is a very popular newspaper and it reflects on its daily circulation. The newspaper has a daily circulation of over 6,000 per day. Some of the popular categories of this newspaper are National, Countrywide, Politics, International, International relations, business, local news, sports, weather, etc.
Zvyazda is a daily newspaper in Belarus. The newspaper is own by the state. It was first found in 1917 as an organ of the Minsk Committee of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party. Till 1991 Zvyazda was an official newspaper of the Communist Party of Belarus. The language of this newspaper is Belarusian. At the time of Soviet-era, Zvyazda received the Order of the Great Patriotic War and the Order of the Red Banner of Labour. This newspaper has a circulation of 18,000 per day.
Narodnaja Volya is an independent newspaper of Belarus. Though the newspaper was first printed in Vilnius, Lithuania, from November 1997, printing was moved to Minsk, Belarus. The newspaper was found in 1995. The newspaper is available in both Belarusian and Russian languages. Narodnaja Volya is a broadsheet newspaper. It has a daily circulation of 55,000. Svetlana Kalinkina is the editor of this newspaper.
Novy Chas is a very popular weekly newspaper in Belarus. The newspaper was established on 1 March 2007 as a successor to Zgoda which was shut down in 2007. Belarusian is the language of this newspaper. Nasha Slova is the sister newspaper of Novy Chas. It is an award-winning newspaper. It has won the Zeit prize awarded by Zeit-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius, in June 2009. Frantsishak Skaryna Belarusian Language Society is the publisher of this newspaper.
Belorusy i rynok
Belorusy i rynok is a business weekly newspaper published in Belarus. The newspaper was found in 1990. Belorusskij rynok was the founder name of this newspaper. In 2005 the name of the newspaper changes into Belorusy i rynok. Viačasłaŭ Chadasoŭski is the editor of this newspaper. The newspaper is published in the Russian language.
Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta
Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta is a business-oriented daily newspaper in Minsk, Belarus. Belarusian is the language of this newspaper. The newspaper is famous for its criticisms of President Alexander Lukashenko’s government. Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta is committed to innovation, and being a leader in providing information while maintaining truth, integrity, and quality.
BelGazeta is a very popular weekly newspaper in Belarus. It is a Russian language newspaper. The newspaper was found in 1995. It is a very popular weekly newspaper. The daily circulation of this newspaper is 20,500. The newspaper was previously known as Belorusskaya Gazeta. From September 2005 the name changed into BelGazeta. Kiryl Zhyvalovich is the Editor-in-chief of this newspaper.
Gomelskaya Pravda is a very popular newspaper in Belarus. It is a Russian language newspaper. The mission of this newspaper is to provide the latest and breaking news and help make the Belarus County a better place to live, work and raise a family.
Intex-Press is an independent local newspaper published in Baranovichi, Belarus. It is a bilingual newspaper. The newspaper has a daily circulation of 17,300 per day. Some of the popular categories of this newspaper are National, Countrywide, Politics, International, International relations, business, local news, sports, weather, etc.
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