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Country is Belarus (BY):

Hrodzyenskaya Voblasts' Latitude Facts: 53.6338235294118 and Hrodzyenskaya Voblasts' Longitude Facts: 24.6397058823529


Belarus Region is: Hrodzyenskaya Voblasts'

Belarus Cities are:  Berestovica Bershty Bolshoye Selo Dzekhtsyary Golynka Gorka Grodno Hrodna Ischolnyany Jeziory Kostsenevo Krasnoselskiy Lida Lychkovtse Masty Navahrudak Ostrovets Ross Saltoniskis Savalyuvka Semdnovka Semerenki Shchenets Sheybakpol Skidel Slonim Smorgon Streltsy Striyevka Svisloch Taneviche Vawkavysk Voronovo Zabloc

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