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Welcome To Belarus

An elderly Belarusian woman teaches a Spaniard to milk a cow with the help of a sign language. An old peasant repeats the word ‘belissimo’ after a guest from Italy. Meet the foreigners who discover Belarus and Belarusians who get to know foreigners better – you will not regret it! Foreigners who enter Belarus visa-free, come here to work or study, or stay for family reasons are invited to the show. They are expected to reveal what they like in our country and what annoys them. A lunch in s Soviet-style canteen, specific bike rental rules or planting tomatoes in the backyard – the guests and their Belarusian fellows will definitely share their experience with Belsat TV viewers.

An American runs 300 kilometers to his ancestral homeland

Nigerian model promotes Belarusian vyshyvanka

Australian bird lover almost gets eaten in Belarusian swamp

Napoleon would never believe it: French girls bathe in Berazina River

Sparkly Georgian indulges in Belarusian folk dance

Argentinian in Chernobyl zone: all blooms here except us

African polyglot blown away by Belarusian banya

How Russian actor found way into Belarusian cinema

Italian banker fascinated by Belarusian provincial life

German tourist discovers Belarusian cuisine

Latvian girl learns to be Winged Hussar

Italian visits Belarus to explore mountains and much more

US professor learning to play Belarusian bagpipe (ENG video)

Spaniard, Cypriot and Frenchman look for beauties on Islach River

French chef picks snails in Belarus

Yakut family flies to Belarus to visit ‘Stalin Line’

For love of art: Fashion photographer from Denmark changes celebs for Minsk roofs

Sri Lankan beauty in Belarusian village

German linguist’s rewarding experience in Belarus volunteer camp

Newcomer’s impressions: ‘Belarus resembles Syria, but there’s no war.’