Liozna

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For other uses, see Lozna (disambiguation). For the Hasidic group Liozna-Chabad, see Shaul Shimon Deutsch.

Liozna (Belarusian: Лёзна, Polish: Łoźna, Russian: Лиозно) is an urban type settlement in Vitsebsk Voblast, Belarus, the capital of Liozna Raion. It is located close to the border with Russia by the Vitsebsk-Smolensk railroad branch and highway, on the Moshna River. Population: 6,753 (2005)

The first known record of the Liozno shtetl (small town with a high Jewish population) is dated by 1654.

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Coordinates: 55°1′N 30°48′E / 55.017°N 30.800°E / 55.017; 30.800