Slonim


The emblem of Slonim


Slonim is the centre of the Slonim district, Hrodna region, situated at the confluence of the Scara (pronounced Shchara) and Isa rivers, 143 km South-East of Hrodna, a station on the railway line Baranavicy-Vaukavysk, a highway junction.
Population: 53,100 (1995)


The Catholic Church

The Catholic Church dating from the 16-17 century

The Bernardinian Convent dating from the 17 century

A landowner's house dating from the 19 century


Links to other related sites:

Slonim District page from the official website of Hrodna regional administration.
Slonim by Jewishgen. Excellent page with history accounts, photographs and maps.
Slonim - 1999 pictures of Slonim by Auhien Kardash.
Slonim - a page by Vasil' Karaleuski. Contains entire on-line telephone book (in Russian) of Slonim!
See also the history of the famous Slonim Opera and Ballet Theatre (in German and the automatic translation of this page in English).
My Slonim - private site.
Slonim.Org - a commercial web portal of the town of Slonim
Maps of Slonim and suburbs.
Slonim Youth Center of UNICEF
Slonim Military School (Cadet School #9)



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