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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
Уручэнне прэміі "За духоўнае адраджэнне" калектыву Нацыянальнага мастацкага музея. Фота М. Пятрова. БЕЛТА
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

March

March

1 – Alexander Dembovetsky (1840 – circa 1914 or no later than 1917), the local historian and public figure, Mogilev governor (1872–1893), under whose leadership the province reached the prosperity and became one of the most progressive in the Russian Empire: the 180th anniversary of the birth.

1 – Fedor Panteleenko (1950, Kalinkovichi district), the scientist in the field of materials science, Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honored Worker of Science of Belarus, holder of the Order of the Badge of Honor: the 70th anniversary of the birth.

3 – Lev Shcherba (1880, Cherven – 1944), the Russian linguist, founder of the St. Petersburg Philological School, academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences and the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Russia: the 140th anniversary of the birth.

3 – Grigory Shorokh (1930, Zhabinka district), the scientist in the field of surgery, Honored Scientist of Belarus: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

4 – Vintsuk Otvazhny (real name Joseph Germanovich; 1890, Oshmyany district – 1978), the writer and religious figure: the 130th anniversary of the birth.

5 – Mikhail Karpuk (1930, Kamenets district), the film and television artist, painter and graphic artist: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

5 – Pavel Stetsko (1930, Zelva district), the linguist, teacher, researcher of Belarusian and Slavic linguistics and interlanguage relations, author of dictionaries, textbooks and manuals for higher and secondary education institutions: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

7 – Evgeny Milayev (1910–1983), the Belarusian and Russian circus artist, balancer, Honored Artist of Belarus and Russia, USSR People's Artist, Hero of Socialist Labor (1979), holder of the Order of Lenin: the 110th anniversary of the birth.

7 – Vasily Rainchik (1950, Shklov district), the composer, pianist, music and public figure, producer, People's Artist of Belarus, laureate of the Lenin Komsomol Prize of Belarus (1980): the 70th anniversary of the birth.

8 – Konstantin Korotkov (1890–1954), the scientist in the field of organic chemistry, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honored Scientist of Belarus, holder of the Order of Lenin: the 130th anniversary of the birth.

8 – Pyotr Konyukh (Petr Vasilievich; 1910, Korelichi district – 1994), the world-famous opera artist (bass), teacher: the 110th anniversary of the birth.

8 – Yaroslav Parkhuta (1930, Ivatsevichi district – 1996), the writer, local historian, laureate of the Kastus Kalinovsky State Prize of Belarus (1992): the 90th anniversary of the birth.

8 – Vladimir Loginov (1940, Gorodok district), the scientist in the field of geography and geophysics, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (2002), laureate of the Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1997, 2007): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

10 – Sergey Moiseenko (1920, Dubrovno district – 2005), the statesman of the BSSR, Honored Arborist of Belarus: the 100th anniversary of the birth.

10 – Arkady Martinovich (1920 Glusk district – 2009), the writer, Honored Worker of Culture of Belarus, participant in the Soviet-Finnish War of 1939–1940 and the Great Patriotic War: the 100th anniversary of the birth.

10 – Nikolay Kirillov (1930–2007), the graphic designer, painter, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

10 – Republican Scientific Medical Library, the center of information and bibliographic service for scientists and health care specialists in the Republic of Belarus (Minsk; 1940): 80 years since the foundation.

12 – Joseph Petrovich (1920, Minsk region – 1990), the historian, Honored Worker of the Higher School of Belarus: the 100th anniversary of the birth.

12 – Elena Kalechits (1940), the archaeologist, paleogeographer, researcher of the archeology of the Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, paleoecalogy and paleogeography, developer of the concept of a primitive settlement in the territory of Belarus: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

12 –Yakov Shafransky (1950, Vitebsk), the scientist in the field of mathematical cybernetics and computer science, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1998): the 70th anniversary of the birth.

12 – Mozyr Drama Theater named after Ivan Melezh (1990): 30 years since the launching.

14 – Evgenia Serkova (1900–1985), the physician, one of the organizers of healthcare in Belarus, Honored Medical Officer of Belarus: the 120th anniversary of the birth.

15 – Voislav (Vainislav) Kazimir Savich-Zablotsky (Sulima-Savich-Zablotsky) (1850 or 1849, Miory district – after 1893), the Belarusian and Polish writer, publicist: the 170th anniversary of the birth.

15 – Zhores Alferov (1930, Vitebsk – 2019), the Russian physicist, academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences and Russian Academy of Sciences, Foreign Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, German Academy of Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, U.S. National Academy of Engineering, National Academy of Sciences of the USA, Nobel Prize winner (2000), laureate of the Lenin Prize (1972) and State Prize of the USSR (1984), holder of the Orders of Lenin, “For Merit to the Fatherland” (Russia) and Francysk Skaryna: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

15 – Irina Shikunova (1940, Lyuban district), the opera artist (lyrical soprano), teacher, People's Artist of Belarus, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1980): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

16 – Solomon Mikhoels (real name Vovsi) (1890, Dvinsk – 1948), the actor, director, teacher, People's Artist of the USSR, laureate of the USSR State Prize (1946): the 130th anniversary of the birth.

17 – Aleksey Efremenko (1910, Krasnopolye district – 1977), the Belarusian and Russian actor, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 110th anniversary of the birth.

21 – Frantisek Benedikt Bogushevich (1840, Vilna district – 1900), the writer, publicist, translator, one of the founders of new Belarusian literature (critical realism): the 180th anniversary of the birth.

21 – Anatoly Mazurenko (1940, Buda-Koshelevo district – 1994), the scientist in the field of solid state physics, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1992): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

22 – Alexey Pysin (1920, Krasnopolye district – 1981), the poet, Honored Worker of Culture of Russia, laureate of the Yanka Kupala State Prize of Belarus (1968): the 100th anniversary of the birth.

26 – Alexander Lizyukov (1900, Gomel – 1942), the military leader, participant in the Russian civil war and Belarusian defense during the Great Patriotic War, major general, Hero of the Soviet Union (1941), holder of two Orders of Lenin (1936, 1941) and Order of Zhukov (Russia, 2018): the 120th anniversary of the birth.

26 – Dmitry Zaitsev (1940, Minsk), the cameraman, director, Honored Artist of Belarus, laureate of the Lenin Komsomol Prize of Belarus (1970), USSR State Prize (1984), Belarus State Prize (1996): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

26 – Mikhail Kostyuk (1940, Novogrudok district – 2019), the historian, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, laureate of the Valentin Koptyug Prize of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (2003): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

26 – Victor Shnip (1960, Volozhin district), the poet, laureate of the Vladimir Mayakovsky Prize (1987), the Golden Cupid Literary Prize (2007), the Special Prize of the President of the Republic of Belarus (2008), and the Prize of the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus ( 2017): the 60th anniversary of the birth.

27 – Galina Tsepova (1910–1985), the singer, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 110th anniversary of the birth.

27 – Ferdinand Gayduk (1940, Schuchin district – 2011), the scientist in the field of psychiatry, Honored Public Health Officer of Belarus, outstanding health officer: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

28 – Elma Brest Knitting Company, one of the largest light industry enterprises in the Republic of Belarus (Brest; 1940): 80 years since the launching.

28 – Evgeny Pavlovich (1940, Rudensk – 2012), the ballet dancer, stage director, teacher, Honored Artist of Belarus: the 80th anniversary of the birth.

28 – Vyacheslav Tanaev (1940–2002), the scientist in the field of mathematical cybernetics and computer science, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honored Worker of Science of Russia, laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1998) and Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (2001): the 80th anniversary of the birth.

29 – Evgeny Korchits (1880–1950), the scientist in the field of surgery who performed the first heart surgery in Belarus (1927), Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Honored Worker of Science of Belarus: the 140th anniversary of the birth.

29 – Vladimir Korsh-Sablin (real name Sablin) (1900–1974), the film director, one of the founders of Belarusian feature film cinematography, People's Artist of Belarus and the USSR, Honored Artist of Russia, laureate of the USSR State Prize (1950), Belarus State Prize (1968), holder of the Orders of Lenin and "Badge of Honor": the 120th anniversary of the birth.

29 – Zinaida Dudyuk (1950, Braslav district), the poetess, prose writer, playwright, laureate of the National Literary Prize (2018): the 70th anniversary of the birth.

31 – Osip (Julian) Senkovsky (1800, Vilna district – 1858), the oriental scholar, diplomat, writer, one of the founders of science fiction in Russian literature, linguist, journalist, Corresponding Member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences: the 220th anniversary of the birth.

31 – Viktor Ilyin (1930, Mstislavl district), the scientist in the field of theoretical and applied electrical engineering, Honored Worker of Higher School in Belarus: the 90th anniversary of the birth.

31 – Sergey Rabchuk (1940, Dzerzhinsk district), the coach (cycling), Honored Coach of Belarus who trained the bronze medalist of the World Championship Lyudmila Gorozhanskaya and the bronze medalist of the XXVIII Olympic Games, world champion Natalya Tsilinskaya: the 80th anniversary of the birth.