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List of World Heritage Sites in Belarus

This is a list of World Heritage Sites in Belarus with properties of cultural and natural heritage in Belarus. Currently, four properties in Belarus are inscribed on the World Heritage List.[1] Three properties are cultural and one is natural.[1] The tentative list of Belarus contains eleven properties.[1]

Properties on the World Heritage List

  * Trans-border site
# Site Image Location Type (criteria) Area
ha
Year Ref.
1 Belavezhskaya Pushcha National Park (Białowieża Forest)
Brest Province and Grodno Province
(shared with  Poland)
Natural (vii) 92,669 1979, 1992 33bis
2 Mir Castle Complex
Mir, Grodno Province
Cultural (ii, iv) 2000 625
3 Struve Geodetic Arc (five station points)
Brest Province and Grodno Province
(shared with  Estonia,  Finland,  Latvia,  Lithuania,  Moldova,  Norway,  Russia,  Sweden and  Ukraine)





Cultural (ii, iii, vi) 2005 1187
4 Architectural, Residential and Cultural Complex of the Radziwill Family at Nesvizh
Nesvizh, Minsk Province
Cultural (ii, iv, vi) 2005 1196

Properties on the tentative list

  * Trans-border site
# Site Image Location Type (criteria) Area
ha
Year Ref.
1 Augustow Canal
Grodno Province
(shared with  Poland)
Cultural (i, ii) 2004 1892
2 Saviour Transfiguration Church and St. Sophia Cathedral in the town of Polatsk
Polotsk, Vitebsk Province

Cultural (i, ii) 2004 1893
3 Kamyanets Tower
Kamyanyets, Brest Province
Cultural (i, ii, iii) 2004 1894
4 SS. Boris and Gleb (Kalozha) Church in the city of Hrodna Hrodna
Cultural (i, ii) 2004 1895
5 St. Nicholas Monastery Complex in the city of Mahilioŭ
Mogilev
Cultural (i) 2004 1896
6 Brest Fortress
Brest
Cultural (i, ii, iii) 2004 1897
7 Palace and Park Ensemble in the city of Homel Gomel
Cultural (i, ii) 2004 1898
8 Edifices for Worship of Fortress Type in Belarus, Poland and Lithuania (the churches in Synkavichy, Muravanka, and Kamai)
Brest Province and Minsk Province


Cultural (i) 2004 1899
9 Architectural ensemble of Francysk Scaryna avenue in Minsk (1940s–1950s) Minsk
Cultural (i) 2004 1900
10 Worship wooden architecture (17th–18th centuries) in Polesye
External images
Church of St. Nicetas in Zdzitava
Brest Province and Gomel Province
Cultural (i, ii, iii) 2004 1901
11 National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" (Modification to the boundaries of the Belarusian part of the site, addition new criteria) Brest Province and Grodno Province
 –
Natural (ix, x) 75,958
(Belarusian part)
2011 5592

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Belarus – UNESCO World Heritage Centre
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