Sapotskin (Belarusian: Сапоцкін, Polish: Sopoćkinie) is a small town in Belarus, 27 km (16.8 mi) north-east of Hrodna. It has circa 2,000 inhabitants, almost exclusively identifying themselves as ethnic Poles.
It is one of the centers of the Polish minority in Belarus and the death-place of Gen. Józef Olszyna-Wilczyński. It is also the only town in Belarus where the Polish minority was allowed to use bilingual street signs.
- burial mound (10-11 cent.) - archaeological monument, on the western outskirts of the village
- Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (early 20th Century)
- Sapotskinsky Biological Reserve (Augustów Canal)
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