Novopolotsk are a bandy club from Belarus who are among the best in the country with several of their players having represented the Belarusian national bandy team.
Polotsk is a historical city in Belarus, situated on the Dvina River. It is the center of the Polotsk District in Vitsebsk Voblast.
The Principality of Polotsk , also known as the Duchy of Polotsk or the Polotskian Rus', was a medieval principality of the Early East Slavs. The origin and date of state establishment is uncertain.
Polotsk Airport is an airport in Belarus, located 9 km south of Polotsk. It is purely civilian use.
Hans Jakob Polotsky was an Israeli orientalist, linguist, and professor of Semitic languages and Egyptology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The Polotsk Offensive was part of the second phase of the Belorussian Strategic Offensive of the Red Army in summer 1944, commonly known as Operation Bagration. The Soviet First Baltic Front successfully pursued the retreating remnants of the German Third Panzer Army back towards Polotsk, which was reached by 1 July.
Polotsk District is a second-level administrative subdivision of Belarus in the Vitebsk Region.
Polotsk State University (Belarusian: Полацкi дзяржаýны ýнiверсiтэт; Russian: Полоцкий государственный университет), Polotsk, Belarus, is a higher education establishment in the Republic of Belarus.
Połock Voivodeship was a unit of administrative division and local government in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (Grand Duchy of Lithuania) since the 15th century until the partitions of Poland in 1793. The voivodeship history can be traced to the Principality of Polotsk, conquered by the Grand Duchy of Lithuania around late 14th / early 15th centuries.
Polatsk Voblast or Polotsk Oblast was an administrative division in Soviet Belarus. It was created on September 20, 1944.
This is a list of craters on Mars. There are hundreds of thousands of impact craters on Mars, but only some of them have names.
Rossosh is the name of several inhabited localities in Russia.
Rossosh is a town and the administrative center of Rossoshansky District in Voronezh Oblast, Russia. Population: 62,865 (2010 Census); 62,923 (2002 Census); 57,029 (1989 Census).