Other Names: Lunno, Lunnie, Lunna-Wola, Lunna-Volie
Name (in Cyrillic):
Latitude: 53° 27′. Longitude: 24° 16′. Attitude: 135 meters. Lunna
is located in northwestern Belarus which borders with Poland and
Lithuania, 38.6 kilometers southeast of Grodno, and a few kilometers south
of the Niemen River, which ends at the Baltic Sea and enables
connection to Grodno and other towns along the river. Lunna is in the
district of Masty (Mosty), at the province of Grodno (Grodno Oblast).
Currently, there are about 3,060 residents living within a radius of seven kilometers
around Lunna, of which about 1,000 residents are from Lunna (none of the latter
Other countries Lunna once belonged to: Before World War I:
Russian Empire; Between World War I and World War II: Poland, Bialystok Province; After
World War II: Soviet Union.
Lunna via MapQuest
Grodno Gubernia (1834)
communities in Bialystok district, Poland (1939)
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