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Stone and wood often supplemented each other within one structure. We can glean some idea about these structures from property inventories and a small number of old pictures.
The castles are divided into two groups, depending on their location. These are older fortifications, which had appeared before the 15th century.
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As in other businesses, Jews became active in this new field. In 1912, photographers did not need business licenses and, by 1914, more than 75% of the studios in Minsk, Grodno, Bialystok and Brest-Litovsk had Jewish owners.
In 1413, the area around Grodno, part of the Duchy of Trakai, was transformed into newly established Trakai Voivodeship. In 1441, Magdeburg Law charter was granted to the capital by Casimir IV Jagiellon Grand Duke of Lithuania and future King of Poland.This region was the westernmost "borderlands" of the Early East Slavs (tribal union Dregovichs?) on the lands of the Balts in the 6th-9th centuries.It is located in the northwestern part of the country. Two castles dating from the 14th - 18th centuries are located here on the steep right bank of the Nemen.The capital, Grodno, is the biggest city of the region. Many consider this city one of the most beautiful in Belarus: one of its masterpieces survived through the centuries, Orthodox St Boris & St Gleb (Kalozhskaya) Church dating back to the 12th century, is the second oldest in Belarus.
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During the second half of the 19th-century, photography became very popular in the Russian Empire.