Bragin

Bragin

 

an urban-type settlement, the administrative center of Bragin Raion, Gomel’ Oblast, Byelorussian SSR. Located on the Braginka River (Dnieper basin), 28 km from the Khoiniki railroad station. Population, 3,600 (1969). Bragin has a butter and cheese factory, a winery, and other enterprises of the food-processing industry.

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Under the Zala sub-brand, the service can be availed in the city of Mogilyov, in the Mstislavl municipality in the Mogilyov region, in Petrikov and Bragin municipalities in the Gomel region, and in the Liozno and Orsha municipalities in the Vitebsk region.
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