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“Book Labyrinth” Quest

“Book Labyrinth” Quest
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From June 1 to December 31
Date
10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Time
National Library of Belarus
Location

We invite pupils to the “Book Labyrinth” quest!

The “Book Labyrinth” quest is a creative game in the "labyrinth" of the National Library. During the quest participants will learn about the book culture and history of Belarus in a playful and entertaining way. You will pay attention to what you have not seen before and have not knew yet. Quest will lead you to the chroniclers, ancient manuscripts, printing magnate, the Francysk Skaryna’s mantle...

Collect all the book artifacts and find the main treasury!

Duration: 60 minutes.
Price: 4,50 BYN / 1 ​​person.

Quest is organized within the project "On a visit to the books".

The groups of 10–25 people can participate in the quest.

For more info:
(+375 17) 293 27 82, (+375 44) 579 39 07, (+375 29) 387 60 95

Bibliology Research Department


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