Top 10 similar words or synonyms for nioman

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Lubcha Lubcha (, , , "Lubtsh") is a town near Nioman River, in Belarus, Hrodna Voblast, Navahrudak rajon, 23 km from Navahrudak.
Siarhiej Dubaviec Editor of literature critics department in "Nioman magazine" (1987-1990), chief editor of the newspapers "Svaboda" (1990-1991) and "Naša Niva" (1991-2000), the radio "Bałtyjskija Chvali" (2000-2001), author of the programme "Vostraja Brama" on the Radio Liberty Belarusian edition (since 1997).
Lauryshava Monastery According to Hypatian Chronicle, the monastery was founded around 1260 by the Lithuanian duke Voyshalk ""on the river Nioman between Lithuania and Navahrudak"". After adopting Orthodox Christianity, Voyshalk took the name Lawrence (, Laurysh). The area was later named after the monastery's founder.
Minsk Minsk is located on the southeastern slope of the Minsk Hills, a region of rolling hills running from the southwest (upper reaches of the river Nioman) to the northeast – that is, to Lukomskaye Lake in northwestern Belarus. The average altitude above sea level is . The physical geography of Minsk was shaped over the two most recent ice ages. The Svislach River, which flows across the city from the northwest to the southeast, is in the "urstromtal", an ancient river valley formed by water flowing from melting ice sheets at the end of the last Ice Age. There are six smaller rivers within the city limits, all part of the Black Sea basin.