Machulishchy

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Machulishchy/Mačuliščy
Мачулішчы
Мачулищи
Orthodox church of St. Pantaleon
Orthodox church of St. Pantaleon
Machulishchy/Mačuliščy is located in Belarus
Machulishchy/Mačuliščy
Machulishchy/Mačuliščy
Location of Machulishi in Belarus
Coordinates: 53°46′53″N 27°35′45″E / 53.78139°N 27.59583°E / 53.78139; 27.59583Coordinates: 53°46′53″N 27°35′45″E / 53.78139°N 27.59583°E / 53.78139; 27.59583
Country
Voblast
Raion
 Belarus
Minsk Voblast
Minsk Raion
Founded 1590
Elevation 228 m (748 ft)
Population (2009)
 • Total 7,300
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal code 223012
License plate 5
Website Official website

Machulishchy (Belarusian: Мачулішчы, Russian: Мачулищи, Polish: Moczuliszcze) is a municipality and town in Belarus, in the Minsk Region, and is part of the Minsk Raion. Its population, as of 2010, was of 7,300.[1]

History[edit]

The town was first mentioned in 1590. In 1997 it received the status of "urban-type settlement" (Городской посёлок).

Geography[edit]

Situated in southern suburb of Minsk, Machulishi is part of its urban area and one of its main towns also with Zaslawye and Fanipal. It is served by a railway station on the Minsk-Babruysk-Gomel and by the M1 highway.

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External links[edit]

Media related to Machulishchy at Wikimedia Commons