Facts About Krupki

  • Krupki is a small city in Krupki Raion, Belarus.
  • Krupki was founded in 1067 and existed during both the medieval Kingdom of Poland and of the great Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
  • Krupki became a part of the state of Belarus in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
  • The town’s coat of arms is a white, blue and yellow shield.
  • The estimated Population of Krupki is 7,900, as of 2012.
  • Krupki became the administrative centre of its district and got its own council in 1900.
  • Krupki became a part of the state of Belarus in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
  • A memorial cross dedicated to the victims of the Soviet purge was destroyed by neo-communists in 2009.
  • Krupki has Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant and Jewish communities.
  • Krupki has a railway station.
Facts About Krupki
Interesting Facts About Krupki

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