Lubansky district

This lake district is also called partisan. The district became the center of the partisan movement on the territory of the Belarusian SSR during the Great Patriotic War. In July 1944, the partisan brigades of Lyubanshchina in 32 detachments numbered almost 6 thousand fighters. The agricultural sector is actively developing here, but thanks to the discovery of a potash salt deposit and the start of construction of the Nezhinsky mining and processing plant, Lyuban, like neighboring Soligorsk, may soon become the second mining city in the Minsk region.