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Following the Russian Revolution, in 1918, the city was briefly occupied by Germany and placed under their short-lived Belarusian People's Republic.

Then, in 1919 it was captured by the forces of Soviet Russia and incorporated into the Byelorussian SSR.

After passing the entrance examinations a foreigner should come to the International Relations Department to sign a contract for training.

Within 14 days from the date of signing the contract, but no later than October 15, it is necessary to pay tuition fees in accordance with the terms of the contract.

After the First Partition of Poland (1772) Mogilev became part of the Russian Empire and became the centre of the Mogilev Governorate.

For entrance into the Republic of Belarus to study at Mogilev State A. Kuleshov University a foreigner should receive an invitation from the university. Kuleshov University International Relations Department Mogilev, Kosmonavtov st., 1212022 Republic of Belarus On arrival in Mogilev a foreigner should come to the International Relations Department of the University on the same day (if he came in the morning or afternoon), or the next day (if he came in the evening) and submit the following documents: International Relations Department is located at: Mogilev, Kosmonavtov st., 1 (educational building №1), 3rd floor, rooms №309-310.

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Perhaps, the secret lies in that mysterious Russian soul whose riddle still stays unsolved.

The length of a solar day is determined by the time that it takes for the Earth to complete a full rotation around its axis and equals 24 hours.