Schabinka (White Russian Жабінка ) is a city in the Breszkaja Woblasz in southwestern Belarus, with around 10,000 inhabitants. The city is the administrative center of the Schabinka Rajons Schabinka.

The village was built in the second half of the 19th century in connection with the construction of the railway line Brest- Moscow, which ran through Uezd Kobryn in 1971.

Coat of arms

Description: In blue with a silver shaft tiller with a trifoliate white flower and short green sepals and black slugs from the frog bite Hydro morsus - ranae L. in all angles.

The drawbar is to stylize the rivers. It is Zhabinka ( Жабінка ), a tributary of the Muchawca and Muchawiec, a tributary of the bugs.

Baranovitchi | Belaasjorsk | Bjarosa | Brest | Drahitschyn | Hanzawitschy | Iwanawa | Iwazewitschy | Kamjanez | Kobryn | Luninets | Ljachawitschy | Malaryta | Mikaschewitschy | Pinsk | Pruzhany | Schabinka | Stolin

  • Place in the Breszkaja Woblasz