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The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.


The Belovezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus is an ancient woodland, the last primeval forest in Europe. It takes special place in the history of the country, and is deeply rooted in Belarusian folklore. It represents in people's minds the wild, unspoiled place where the national spirit, in its purest form, can still be found. They sing about it both on public TV and at drunken private parties. There, in the wilderness, a pact to dissolve the Soviet Union was signed, which, as a result, gave the former Soviet republic the independence and sovereignty that it enjoys today. The 'dacha' where the meeting was held has since become an official residence of the Belarusian president Lukashenko. Unfortunately, neither national pride nor the official status of this place could protect the forest from suffering devastating abuse by the state for economic profit. Excessive logging, unregulated wildlife hunting, and the expansion of unsupervised tourism have all contributed to the rapid decline of the forest.