Belarus is located in east-central Europe. The country shares borders with Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia. The extensive forests located in Belarus mean it has great potential as an ecotourist location.
Churches in the GTA
Belarusian Greek Orthodox Church of St. Ephrasinia
1008 Dovercourt Road
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