White Ruthenia

White Ruthenia (Church Slavonic: Бѣла Роусь, Bela Rous;[citation needed] Belarusian: Белая Русь, Biełaja Ruś ; Polish: Ruś Biała; Russian: Белая Русь, Belaya Rus; Ukrainian: Біла Русь, Bila Rus) alternatively known as Russia Alba, White Rus' or White Russia, is an archaism[1][2] for the eastern part of present-day Belarus, including the cities of Polack (Polotsk), Viciebsk (Vitebsk), and Mahiloŭ (Mogilev).

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