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Дворцово-парковый комплекс Радзивиллов. Несвиж. Фото Л. Щеглова. БЕЛТА
Палацава-паркавы комплекс Радзівілаў. Нясвіж. Фота Л. Шчаглова. БЕЛТА
Palace and park complex Radziwill. Nesvizh. Photo by L. Scheglov. BELTA
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Белорусские народные обряды. Фото БЕЛТА
Беларускія народныя абрады. Фота БЕЛТА
Belarusian folk rites. BELTA photo
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Народный обряд «Русалье». Любанский район. Фото БЕЛТА
Народны абрад "Русалле». Любанскі раён. Фота БЕЛТА
The folk rite of "Rusalier". Lyubansky district. BELTA photo
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Вечерний Минск. Фото М. Гучека. БЕЛТА
Вячэрні Мінск. Фота М. Гучака. БЕЛТА
Evening Minsk. Photo by M. Gucek. BELTA
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День защитников Отечества. Минск. Фото О. Манчук. БЕЛТА
Дзень абаронцаў Айчыны. Мінск. Фота А. Манчук. БЕЛТА
Defenders of the Fatherland Day. Minsk. Photo by O. Manchuk. BELTA
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Вручение премии "За духовное возрождение" коллективу Национального художественного музея. Фото Н. Петрова. БЕЛТА
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Presentation of the award "For spiritual revival" team of the National Art Museum. Photo by N. Petrov. BELTA
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Празднование Дня независимости в Гомеле. Фото БЕЛТА
Святкаванне Дня незалежнасці ў Гомелі. Фота БЕЛТА
Celebration of Independence Day in Gomel. BELTA photo
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Мирский замок. Фото М. Гучека. БЕЛТА
Мірскі замак. Фота М. Гучака. БЕЛТА
Mir Castle. Photo by M. Gucek. BELTA

January

1 – Ulyan Rybak (1920, Glusk district – 2009), the participant of the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1945): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

1 – Mikhail Korotkevich (1940, Borisov district), the scientist in the field of electric power, Outstanding Worker of Power System of Belarus: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

2 – Eduard Pelageychenko (1940), the opera artist (tenor), teacher, People's Artist of Russia, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (2000): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

3 – Nikolay Genov (1930, Polotsk – 2002), the coach (waterskiing), creator of the world famous school of skiing, Honored Coach of Belarus, holder of the Order of the Badge of Honor, holder of the badge of the Ministry of Sports and Tourism of Belarus “For the Development of Physical Culture and Sports in the Republic of Belarus”: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

4 – Naum Trakhtenberg (1910–1977), the architect, teacher, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1968): the 110th anniversary of the birth.

5 – Orsha Meat-Packing Factory (1930): 90 years since the foundation.

6 – Anna Maslovskaya (1920, Postavy district – 1980), the participant in the partisan movement in the Vileika district during the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1944): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

7 – Konstantin Zaslonov (1910–1942), one of the organizers and leaders of the underground and partisan movement in the Vitebsk region during the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1943), holder of the Orders of Lenin (1942, 1943): the 110th anniversary of the birth.

7 –Petr Bakharov (1920, Logoisk district – 1987), the participant in the liberation of Belarus during the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1944): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

8 – Petr Karako (1940, Rechitsa district), the philosopher, scientist, Outstanding Worker of Education of Belarus: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

9 – Alexander Pshelko (1870, Ushachi district), – 1943), the writer, publicist, ethnographer and folklorist: the 150th anniversary of the birth.

9 – Vasily Knyazev (1920, the urban village of Bobr – 1968), the military leader, participant in the liberation of Belarus during the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1943): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

9 – Oleg Olekhnovich (1940, Mogilev), the folklorist, musician, screenwriter, teacher, author of monographs and manuals: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

10 – Vasily Golubovich (1910, Tolochin district – 1991), the theatrical artist, Honored Art Worker of Kazakhstan, laureate of the USSR State Prize (1952): the 110th anniversary of the birth.

10 – Fedor Kaputsky (1930, Molodechno district – 2017), the chemical scientist, teacher, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honored Worker of the Higher School of Belarus, holder of the Order of the Badge of Honor: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

11 – Alexander Folbort (1800, Mogilev – 1876), the natural scientist, medical surgeon and paleontologist: the 220th anniversary of the birth.

11 – Andrei Bulinsky (1910–1984), the cameraman who shot the first color film in Belarus “Partisan Children” (1954), Honored Artist of Belarus, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1967) and the State Prize of the USSR (1949): the 110th anniversary of the birth.

11 – Igor Laptinsky (1930, Mogilev – 2018), the theater and film actor, radio director, Honored Artist of Russia, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1998): the 90th anniversary of the birth.

11 – Elena Rutskaya (1950, Schuchin district), the poetess, teacher, Outstanding Worker of Public Education of Belarus, Honored Teacher of Belarus: the 70th anniversary of the birth.

12 – Mikhail Vergeenko (1950, Gomel), the athlete and trainer (football), Master of Sports of the USSR, Champion of the USSR, Honored Coach of Belarus: the 70th anniversary of the birth.

13 – Boris Afanasyev (1920, Mstislavl – 1992), the violinist and conductor, who worked in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine, People's Artist of Russia: the 100th anniversary of the birth.

14 – Mikola Avramchik (Nikolai Yakovlevich; 1920, Bobruisk district – 2017), the poet, prose writer, translator, Honored Worker of Culture of Russia, laureate of the Yanka Kupala Literary Prize (1964): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

14 – Mikola Avramchik (Nikolai Yakovlevich; 1920, Bobruisk district – 2017), the poet, prose writer, translator, Honored Worker of Culture of Russia, laureate of the Yanka Kupala Literary Prize (1964): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

14 – Anton Dulebo (1920, Cherven district – 1983), the military leader, participant in the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1945): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

14 – Anatoly Kuznetsov (1940), the opera artist (lyric and dramatic tenor), Honored Artist of Russia, laureate of the Lenin Komsomol Prize of Belarus (1978): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

15 – Pavel Gorin (real name Kolyada) (1900, Beryoza – 1938), the scholar of history, statesman of Belarus, academician of the NAS of Belarus: the 120th anniversary of the birth.

15 – Ostrovets, Oshmyany, Baranovichi, Braslav, Brest, Beryoza, Volozhin, Volkovysk, Vileyka, Voronovo, Gantsevichi, Glubokoye, Grodno, Dyatlovo, Dokshitsy, Drogichin, Zhabinka, Zelva, Ivanovo, Ivatsevichi, Ivye, Kamenets, Kletsk, Kobrin, Lida, Luninets, Lyakhovichi, Molodechno, Malorita, Mosty, Miory, Myadel, Novogrudok, Nesvizh, Postavy, Pinsk, Pruzhany, Svisloch, Slonim, Smorgon, Stolbtsy, Stolin, Sharkovichi and Schuchin districts (1940): 80 years from the foundation.

15 – Tamara Aksenova (1950, Minsk –2004), the specialist in the field of library and bibliographic activity, holder of an honorary sign of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus (2000): the 70th anniversary of the birth.

16 – Sergey Byshnev (1960, Vitebsk), the artist, master of monumental and decorative arts, laureate of the President of the Republic of Belarus Prize “For Spiritual Revival” (2011): the 60th anniversary of the birth.

16 – Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (Minsk; 1990): 30 years since the foundation.

17 – Leonid Luksha (1930, Pruzhany district – 2011), the scientist in the field of bridge construction, Honored Scientist of Belarus: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

18 – Petr Filippov (1920, Klimovichi district – 2005), the actor, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 100th anniversary of the birth.

18 – Georgy Gerasimovich (1930, Minsk region), the scientist in the field of obstetrics and gynecology, Honored Scientist of Belarus: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

19 – Viktor Obukhov (1900–1975), the military leader, participant in the liberation of Belarus during the Great Patriotic War, colonel general of tank troops, Hero of the Soviet Union (1944): the 120th anniversary of the birth.

19 – Mikhail Isakovsky (1900–1973), the poet, translator, Honored Worker of Culture of Belarus, laureate of the USSR State Prize (1943, 1949), holder of four Orders of Lenin and the Badge of Honor: the 120th anniversary of the birth.

19 – Ivan Ushakov (1910, Borisov – 1966), the theatrical artist, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 110th anniversary of the birth.

19 – Vladimir Agabekov (1940), the chemical scientist, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honored Worker of Science of Belarus, foreign member of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, Honorary Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Chechen Republic, laureate of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Award (2005, 2015, 2017), holder of the Order of Honor: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

20 – Mikhail Budyko (1920, Gomel – 2001), the Russian geophysicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, laureate of the Lenin Prize (1958), laureate of the international Blue Planet Prize (1998) for his efforts on solving global environmental problems, Honorary Member of the Russian Geographical Society and American Meteorological Society: the 100th anniversary of the birth.

21 – Andrey Gayko (1920–1943), the participant in the liberation of Belarus during the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1944): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

21 – Vladimir Shelikhin (1930, Gomel – 2002), the accompanist, musician, radio and television announcer, teacher, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

21 – Anatoly Kurmakin (1940), the musician, folk instrument performer, arranger, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

22 – The Eparchy of Brest of the Belarusian Orthodox Church, the administrative-territorial unit of the Orthodox Church in Belarus (1840): 180 years since the foundation (the eparchy was restored in 1990).

22 – Vladimir Massalsky (1920, Rechitsa – 1965), the military leader, participant in the Soviet-Finnish war of 1939–1940 and Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1944), holder of the Order of Lenin: the 100th anniversary of the birth.

23 – Mikhail Barsukov (1890–1974), the scientist in the field of the history of medicine, one of the first organizers of healthcare in the USSR, statesman of Belarus, holder of two Orders of Lenin and the Badge of Honor: the 130th anniversary of the birth.

23 – Petr Danelia (1920–2012), the painter, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 100th anniversary of the birth.

23 – Nikolai Izobov (1940, Liozno district), the mathematician, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (2000) and the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Award (2013), holder of the Order of Francysk Skaryna: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

23 – Vitaliy Sokol (1940, Minsk), the scientist in the field of microelectronics, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1998), Honored Inventor of the USSR: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

23 – Alexander Averkov (1960), the TV presenter, actor, director, Honored Worker of Culture of Belarus, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (2004): the 60th anniversary of the birth.

24 – Mikhail Semenenko (1950), the scientist in the field of seed production, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1998): the 70th anniversary of the birth.

25 – Tatyana Marinenko (1920, Polotsk district –1942), the participant in the partisan movement in the Polotsk region during the Great Patriotic War, Hero of the Soviet Union (1965): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

25 – Victor Chachin (1930, Gomel – 1994), the scientist in the field of mechanical engineering technology, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honored Scientist of Russia, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1980): the 90th anniversary of the birth.

25 – Lelchitsy District Local History Museum (1990): 30 years since the opening.

27 – Ivan Braytsev (1870, Khotimsk district – 1947), the Russian and Belarusian mathematician, one of the organizers of the Belarusian State University, holder of the Order of the Badge of Honor: the 150th anniversary of the birth.

27 – Aleksanteri Ahola-Valo (Alexander Petrovich; 1900–1997), the artist, sculptor, architect, philosopher and writer, whose life and work in 1919–1930 were associated with Belarus: the 120th anniversary of the birth.

27 – Brest Regional Library named after Maxim Gorky, the laureate of the Special Prize of the President of the Republic of Belarus (2002) (1940): 80 years since the opening.

27 – Galina Bukatina (1960, Molodechno), the actress, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 60th anniversary of the birth.

28 – Leonid Daineko (1940, Klichev district), the writer, laureate of the Kastus Kalinovsky State Prize of Belarus (1990) and the Ivan Melezh Literary Prize (1988): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

29 – Nikolai Ermolenko (1900, Orsha district – 1972), the chemical scientist, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honored Worker of Science of Belarus, holder of two Orders of Lenin: the 120th anniversary of the birth.

29 – Anna Lebedeva (1930–1990), the opera artist (dramatic soprano), Honored Artist of Belarus: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

30 – Valery Petko (1940), the scientist in the field of technical cybernetics, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1986): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

31 – The Eparchy of Gomel of the Belarusian Orthodox Church, the administrative-territorial unit of the Orthodox Church in Belarus (1990): 30 years since the foundation.