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Babrujsk


Babrujsk is the centre of the Babrujsk district, Mahilou region, about 110 km South-West of Mahilou, a port on Biarezina river, a station on the railway line Miensk-Homiel.
Population: 227,100 (1995)


Some old buildings in the  Babrujsk downtown (click on images to enlarge)

house house house

Old Babrujsk photos:
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The fortress

The Babrujsk fortress (picture from 19c.).


Other related websites:

Bobruisk.org - official city of Babrujsk web portal
Babrujsk District official site of Mahilyow regional administration.
Babrujsk page by Jewishgen.
Bobruisk 2002 on-line - one more   web portal
BelshinaSC - un-official site of Babrujsk soccer team
YMCA of Babrujsk
State Archives of Babrujsk - historical information storages
Babrujsk Machine Building Plant
Anti-AIDS program in Babrujsk
Belshina - a well-known automobile tire company in Babrujsk

Also lately Babrujsk has become an important word in slang of Russian non-conformists "Padonkoff":

http://www.autoparking.topfruit.ru/bobruisk/
http://www.babrujsk.com/
An excellent 2005 photo essay about modern Babrujsk http://www.autoparking.topfruit.ru/bobruisk/ 
    I was particularly impressed by this Babrujsk peace of architecture. We are all guessing what acid they were
    on when designing it :)))


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