Krupki, Belarus

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Krupki (Belarusian: Крупкі, Russian: Кру́пки, Polish: Krupki, Lithuanian: Krupkos) is a small city in Krupki Raion, Minsk Region, Belarus.

Krupki was founded in 1067 and existed during both the medieval Kingdom of Poland and of the great Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Krupki was then absorbed into the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, after which, the district was annexed by the Russian Empire in 1793. Krupki became the administrative centre of its district and got its own council in 1900. The town’s coat of arms is a white, blue and yellow shield.

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