Stolin

Stolin is a town in the Stolin District in Brest Region of Belarus. It is the centre of the largest district in Brest Region. The population is 10,491 people (2012). The Belarusian-Ukrainian border is about 15 km (9 mi) away, so Stolin is now a border city that hosts many Ukrainians on market days. Russian speech is common here, but villagers prefer their own dialects that are akin partly to the Belarusian language, partly the Ukrainian language.


Stolin is a town in the Stolin District in Brest Region of Belarus. It is the centre of the largest district in Brest Region. The population is 10,491 people (2012). The Belarusian-Ukrainian border is about 15 km (9 mi) away, so Stolin is now a border city that hosts many Ukrainians on market days. Russian speech is common here, but villagers prefer their own dialects that are akin partly to the Belarusian language, partly the Ukrainian language.
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