Biaroza is a town in Belarus, center of Biarozauski administrative region, located on the banks of river Yasel'da about 102 km away from Brest. Before 1940 it was referred as Kartuz-Biaroza or Biaroza-Kartuzskaia. The place is known since 1477 as privately owned village, part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It is considered a town since 1629. Biaroza started to develop faster when railway went through it in 1870 (Brest-Moscow railway line). The main architectural monuments are Biarozauski kasciol (Roman-Catholic Cathedral) and Cartesian Monastery, Peter and Paul Church. Biaroza, Belarus is located at Latitude 52.17.60N and Longitude 24.22.00E. It is at an altitude of 501 feet. The approximate population for a 7 kilometer area from this point is 3,116 people.




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