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Founded: 1501
Population: 11,997
Time zone: EEST (UTC+3)
Area code(s): +375 1715                      
Postal Code: 223311

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History of Berezino

Supposing that there are no documented points to determine the original founding date of the settlement on the territory of the present Berazino, it is believed that it originated as a trading post on the River Berezina which was part of the historic route "from Varyags to Greeks" of the Kievan Rus. The first chronicles of a settlement date from one thousand five hundred first, which is believed to be the present date of its founding.
In the time of the middle of the sixteenth century, the city belonged to one of the mightiest dynasties of the Great Duchy of Lithuania - the Sapieha Family, who controlled many other territories in Central Belarus. In  one thousand six hundred forty-first the Duke Kazimierz Leon Sapieha built a wooden Catholic Church which became one of the central attractions of the town. In the course of the Russo-Polish War ( one thousand six hundred fifty-fourth–one thousand six hundred sixty-seventh) the city was captured by Russian-Cossack forces in one thousand six hundred fifty-fifth, but was taken away from them and in  one thousand six hundred sixty-first became part of the Minsk Voivodeship.
 In the time of the Northern War in one thousand seven hundred eighth, upon Charles Seventh's attempt to storm into the Rzecz Pospolita, releasing the Russian/Rzecz Pospolita blockade in neighbouring Barysaw, the Swedish king used Berazino to cross the Berezina River instead, however the conquest ended with the Battle of Poltava further south.
  In one thousand seven hundred ninety-third the town was annexed by Imperial Russia as part of the Second Partition of Poland. There are different versions of who owned the town after the Sapieha Family. The most logical version by is that Sapieha owned the town until partition took place in one thousand seven hundred ninety-third, and Berezino was granted by emperess Ekaterina Second to Ludwik Count Tyszkiewicz. From him, the Berezino estate went to his daughter Anna Tyszkiewicz (married first time Potocka, second time Wasowicz.) Anna Tyszkiewicz-Potocka-Wasowicz should be remembered in Berezino particularly well since she resuscitated the Roman Catholic Church in  one thousand eight hundred third, and built the Palace well before one thousand eight hundred fiftieth. She tried to revive the Berezino region economically by starting a carpet factory in Horenichi village, but the investment didn't survive for long. The town was under French/Polish command in one thousand eight hundred twelfth during Napoleon's Eastern Campaign, where his failed advance on Moscow was defeated fully by the forces of General Barclay de Tolly in early one thousand eight hundred thirteenth. The town was in Potocki (pronounced Pototski) family possession well until June one thousand nine hundred twentieth, when the Bolshevik Red Army attacked Poland and subsequent peace treaty changed the Soviet-Polish borders as the place become part of Soviet territory. Last owner of Berezino was Antoni-Ludwik Count Potocki.
In the time of the latter half of the nineteenth century, the town profited from its geographical position and in one thousand eight hundred ninety-seventh was noted to have  four thousand eight hundred seventy-one residents, of which  three thousand three hundred seventy-seven were Jews. By the start of World War One, it became a large river port which loaded goods (mostly salt and timber) and shipped them down the river to the Baltic Ports. Also the liquor and alcohol industry began to be developed, including the Potocki's Vodka Distillry (est. one thousand eight hundred ninety-third). It is considered the brilliant investment by Potocki family---to date, the most profitable enterprise, supplying much of the town budget and tax revenues.
  In the aftermath of the Russian Revolution of one thousand nine hundred seventeenth, the town changed hands several times, including German and Polish armies during the Russian Civil War and the Polish-Bolshevik War. Finally on June seventh, one thousand nine hundred twentieth Berazino became part of the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic. From June seventeenth, one thousand nine hundred twenty-fourth as a separate raion centre in the Barysaw District and in June one thousand nine hundred twenty-seventh - Minsk District. Eventually the town grew, and on fifteenth February one thousand nine hundred thirty-eighth became part of the Mogilev Province. During that time, mass industrialisation took place, and the position of the river port allowed a development of shipbuilding, wheel, textile and liquor factories, as well as smaller workshops for automobiles and wood fabrics. The population also rose from two thousand nine hundred sixty-eight in one thousand nine hundred thirtieth to four thousand eight hundred in one thousand nine hundred thirty-ninth. During World War Two, the city was occupied by Nazi Germany, which completely changed the town's make-up by killing all Jews, and was liberated by the Second Byelorussian Front on third of July one thousand nine hundred forty-fourth during operation "Bagration". In September of that year the town became part of the Berazino raion of Minsk Province, and on July Seventh, one thousand nine hundred sixty-eighth became a city. Presently, the town occupies an area of one point nine square kilometres and its population is thirteenth point three thousand people (one thousand nine hundred ninety-eighth).

We will glad to deliver flowers and gifts to Berezino, and to other cities of Minsk region: Berezino, Borisov, Dzerzhinsk, Fanipol, Kletsk, Kopyl, Logoisk, Luban, Maryna Gorka, Molodechno, Nesvizh, Slutsk, Smolevichi, Soligorsk, Starye Dorogi, Stolbtsy, Uzda, Vileika, Volozhin, Zaslavl, Zhodino.

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