Women from Minsk, Belarus

Minsk is the capital and the largest city of Belarus. It’s the 11th most populous city in Europe (with the population of about 2 million people). The city got completely destroyed during the WWII. However, following the example of Warsaw, Minsk got rebuilt and now is a very comfortable city with a lot of interesting attractions for its visitors.

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Minsk is considered the safest city among the former Soviet Union countries. In comparison to many other metropolises, there are very few traffic jams and the public transport works like a Swiss watch. You probably won’t believe it, but it’s true: the public transport schedule is maintained with a possible deviation of just a couple of minutes. It is also surprising for such a big city, but Minsk is relatively quiet at night, it doesn’t have that much of nightclubs and bars.

As you see, Minsk is a great city that attracts all kinds of people from all over the country: the ones who are interested in receiving a good education, the ones who are climbing the career ladder, and, of course, the ones who are dreaming about finding their true love. This city can surprise you not only by its cultural and economic opportunities, but also by its incredibly beautiful ladies. Women from Minsk are used to dynamic lifestyle, long distances and getting a lot of attention from men.

By the way, there are more women then men living in Minsk. Could this be a good reason for them to search for a perfect boyfriend or husband abroad? According to the statistics, women make up 54.5% of the city’s population, and men — 45.55%. Thus, there are 1197 women per 1000 men in Minsk.

There are a lot of well-educated women in Minsk. One of them (Svetlana Alexievich) has even won a the Nobel Prize in Literature for her polyphonic writings. The National Library of the Republic of Belarus, opened in 2006 in Minsk, is one of the largest in the world.

Minsk ladies are also noted for their attractive body shapes and athletic figures. The city maintains a culture of sports and a healthy lifestyle, and Minsk itself continues to consolidate the status of one of the most athletic cities in the world. Gym fitness and strength trainings are extremely popular with Minsk women, as well as home practices and yoga. Every young Belarusian girl knows about the legendary Dinamo stadium, which was once the field of the football tournament of the Summer Olympics-80, Minsk-Arena and Chizhovka-Arena — the venues of 2014 Ice Hockey World Championship.

Not a single fashion trend can hide from the attention of a Belarusian lady. Minsk women not only look after their bodies and beauty, but also love to dress fashionably. There are a lot of large department stores like GUM, TSUM and the Komarovka market in Minsk. Belarusian ladies always dress tastefully and choose the appropriate outfit for every occasion.

Most of the women from Minsk love cooking. At the heart of Belarusian cuisine is the humble potato or “bulba”in Belarusian. There are over 250 recipes for potatoes alone, which show much this starch is loved by the hearty-food-loving locals. “Draniki” (potato pancakes) is one of the most popular, but there are several other favorites.

There are a lot of nature-lovers women living in this city. Minsk is considered one of the greenest cities of Belarus, with over 900,000 trees. In addition to great number of parks, here is the third largest botanical garden in the world (after London and Madrid).

Originally published at https://www.cuteonly.com.