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* Mir Castle. This late mediaeval castle is a UNESCO [[UNESCO World Heritage List|World Heritage site]].
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* Mir Castle [http://www.data.minsk.by/history/mir/]. This late mediaeval castle is a UNESCO [[UNESCO World Heritage List|World Heritage site]].
  
 
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[[Nesvizh]], only around 27km away, is home to another UNESCO World Heritage site.
  
 
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[[WikiPedia:Mir,_Belarus]]

Revision as of 16:02, 9 December 2008

Mir is a town in the Kareličy region of Belarus. Prior to the 2nd World War it was known as an international centre of Jewish learning.

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Nesvizh, only around 27km away, is home to another UNESCO World Heritage site.



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