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08.12.10Belarusian tourist attractions now available in French
Tourist guide about Belarus, made by French publishing house PETIT FUTÉ in co-operation with the National Tourism Agency of the Republic of Belarus is finally for sale. The first edition of the guide in the French language has become available for as little as 15,15 ? late Autumn, 2010 on PETIT FUTÉ web-site.
In 1991, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the country became independent for the first time in its history. At the crossroads of West and East European culture and the Slavic world, Belarus is a synthesis of these two worlds. Often ignored by the media and sidelined by the international community behind the stereotypes Chernobyl-Lukashenko, Belarus has the image of the country welcoming and exciting.
Yet away from the path of mass tourism, it retains the authenticity of the villages, towns and population. This is especially true in rural areas where time seems to slow down, where the hospitality of the people and their traditions are preserved.
A three hour flight from Paris, the scenery is guaranteed. Rich in practical information, the guide is addressed to nature lovers and active tourist who want to explore the natural beauty of Belarus, and the fans of Art and History who wish to dive into the atmosphere of its past, medieval and Soviet.
Extract in French “…Bienvenue en Biélorussie ! Ce petit pays coincé entre la Pologne et la Russie demeure encore un mystère pour la plupart des Européens. En 1991, suite à la dissolution de l'Union soviétique, il devient indépendant pour la première fois de son histoire. Au carrefour de l'Occident et de l'Orient, de la culture européenne et du monde slave, la Biélorussie est une synthèse de ces deux mondes. Souvent ignorée par les médias et mise à l'écart par la communauté internationale, derrière les stéréotypes Loukachenko-Tchernobyl, la Biélorussie cache l'image d'un pays accueillant et captivant…”
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