Belarus, a country in Eastern Europe, with no sea access and bordered by Russia, was recognised as being independent from the Soviet Union in 1991. Although Belarusian is the first official language, more than 70% of the population speaks Russian, the other official language.
It features Stalinist architecture buildings, like the KGB Headquarters, castles, forts, such as the Brest Fortress, and ancient forests. Did you know that around 40% of the country is covered in forest? Belarusians love the outdoors, and they make good use of the several open spaces and parks the cities have to offer.
Minsk, the capital and most populous city, hosts the Ballet Theatre, the Grand Opera, several museums and churches.
With its natural wonders and culturally rich cities, such as Gomel, the live stream views from Belarus will fascinate both nature and city-lovers.