Yurevichi, Belarus

Rechitsa Uyezd, Minsk Gubernia

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 ====== Jurewicze, Białoruś ====== ====== Jurewicze, Białoruś ======
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 ===== Beginnings of the Jewish Community ====== ===== Beginnings of the Jewish Community ======
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 Yurevichi'​s written history begins around 1430, during the time of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The neighboring region was a land of forests and swamps with scattered small villages and subsistence farmers. Its inhabitants were ancestors of the eastern Slavs who settled the region during the time of the Kievan Rus'. The greater territory was known as //Belaia// Rus', or "White Russia",​ which is [[:​geography:​regions:​gdl1430|in present-day Belarus]].  ​ Yurevichi'​s written history begins around 1430, during the time of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The neighboring region was a land of forests and swamps with scattered small villages and subsistence farmers. Its inhabitants were ancestors of the eastern Slavs who settled the region during the time of the Kievan Rus'. The greater territory was known as //Belaia// Rus', or "White Russia",​ which is [[:​geography:​regions:​gdl1430|in present-day Belarus]].  ​
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