Mogilev is a city in eastern Belarus, about 76 km from the border with Russia's Smolensk Oblast and 105 km from the border with Russia's Bryansk Oblast. As of 2011, its population was 360,918. It is the administrative centre of Mogilev Region and the third largest city in Belarus.
The city was founded in 1267.
Mogilev is one of the main economic and industrial centers of Belarus. After World War II a huge metallurgy centre with several major steel mills was built. Also, several major factories of cranes, cars, tractors and a chemical plant were established.
The city is home to a major inland port at the Dnieper river and a domestic airport. The city also matches a high-tech industry, science and social prospects and historical-cultural heritage.
Due to its geopolitical placement Mogilev is a transport bridge, connecting West and East.
Mogilev has a lot of historical and cultural monuments, so has an opportunity for tourism debvelopment.
212030, Mogilev, Pervomayskaya str., 28a