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Zhlobin (Belarusian: Жло́бін; Russian: Жло́бин, Polish: Żłobin, Lithuanian: Žlobinas) is a city in the Zhlobin District of Gomel Region, Belarus, located on the Dnieper river. As of 2017, the population was 76,078. The city is notable for being the location where steelmaker BMZ was established. BMZ is one of the largest ...
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Born in Chita or in Zhlobin District, Samusenko began her tour of duty as a private in an infantry platoon. She participated in the Winter War (1939-1940) against Finland as a private in an infantry regiment. Later she successfully graduated from the tank academy and was assigned to the 1st Guards Tank Army.
Kaamera tootja: samsung: Kaamera mudel: SM-J530FM: Säriaeg: 1/1167 sek (0,00085689802913453) F-arv: f/1,7: Valgustundlikkus (ISO) 40: Andmete loomise kuupäev ja kellaaeg
Pripyatsky National Park covers 2% of the territory of the region. Eleven wildlife preserves of national importance cover 2.1% of the region. The extreme southern point of Belarus is located in Gomel Region, on the Dnieper River to the south of the urban-type settlement of Kamaryn, Brahin District.
The 13 July counterattack across the Dnieper penetrated 8–10 kilometers into the defenses of the LIII Army Corps' 52nd and 255th Infantry Division, and captured Rogachev and Zhlobin. However, its success was fleeting, as the 63rd's advance was soon halted, and within a week, Rogachev and Zhlobin had fallen to the German troops again.
History. The district was created on 17 July 1924 during early Soviet administrative reforms and frequently changed status in the first three decades of its existence. . Originally formed from the Bujnavicki and Lieĺčycki townships of the abolished Mazyr Uyezd, the district belonged to the newly established Mazyr Okrug of the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic (BSSR) until 1930, when ...
Verkhneolbyansky Village Council Verkhneolbyansky Village Council - the village Council in the Zhlobin district of the Gomel region of the Republic...