A Belorussian puzzle is a horizontal or vertical picture divided into several parts (from 12 to 1200). Virtually all the details are mixed. The player has to put all of them in their places. You cannot move parts, but you can swap them.
There are two varieties of Belarusian puzzles: one includes numbers as hints, the other one does not. In puzzles without numbers, there is an opportunity to see the original picture.
The process of solving puzzles with numbers is similar to the process of solving Belarusian crossword puzzles. The number in the cell is a sum of the cell's horizontal and vertical locations, and it shows at what distance it is from the designated position.