Braslau Lakes

Braslau Lakes


Braslaw, Belarus (BY)
Braslau Lakes (Belarusian: Браслаўскія азёры, tr. Braslawskiya azyory; Russian: Браславские озёра, tr. Braslavskiye ozyora) is one of the seven National Parks in Belarus. The National Park was set up in September 1995. It is a unique ecosystem with a number of lakes and a large area of pine forests. It has a total area of about 700 km 2 (270 square miles). This includes 30 lakes. The largest lakes are Dryvyaty (Belarusian: Дрывяты), Snudy (Belarusian: Снуды), and Strusta (Belarusian: Струста).
Braslau Lakes (Belarusian: Браслаўскія азёры, tr. Braslawskiya azyory; Russian: Браславские озёра, tr. Braslavskiye ozyora) is one of the seven National Parks in Belarus. The National Park was set up in September 1995. It is a unique ecosystem with a number of lakes and a large area of pine forests. It has a total area of about 700 km 2 (270 square miles). This includes 30 lakes. The largest lakes are Dryvyaty (Belarusian: Дрывяты), Snudy (Belarusian: Снуды), and Strusta (Belarusian: Струста).
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By: Mike1989

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