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Iran’s Book Week

Iran’s Book Week
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November 18
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Iran’s Book Week will be launched at the library, on November 18.

This year, 12 countries have joined the festival: Belarus, Hungary, Germany, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Poland, Turkey and Uganda. The cultural offices of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, as well as Iranian studies centers and institutions will conduct events throughout the week.

As part of the event, a solemn ceremony will be held to donate a book collection to the National Library. Publications on the history, politics, geography, cultural heritage and other areas of life of Iran will be on display. The exposition will also feature busts of famous writers who have glorified their homeland throughout the world.

The organizers of the event are the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Republic of Belarus and the National Library of Belarus.

For more information: (+375 17) 293 28 81.

Read more about the opening of Iran’s Book Week.


Belarus. 1941-1945: Feat. Tragedy. Memory


The Belarussian literature reading room (room 205) is running a book exhibition “Belarus. 19421-1945: Feat. Tragedy. Memory” dedicated to the Independence Day of the Republic of Belarus from July 2 to September 4.

A Mysterious Light


The Gallery “Rakurs” (second floor) opened a photo exhibition of Vasyl Belyakou “A Mysterious Light”.

The Route of Courage and Fame


The library has arranged a book-documentary exhibition “The route of brevity and fame,” dedicated to the Victory Day which our country celebrates on May 9. This event receives specific significance on celebration of the Year of Historical Memory and on 100th anniversary of the National Library of Belarus.

Poets of the Belarussian Land


The National Library of Belarus hosted the grand opening of the literary and art exhibition "Pesnyary zyamli Belarusskaj" [Poets of the Belarussian land], dedicated to the 140th anniversary of the birth of Belarusian writers Yanka Kupala and Yakub Kolas, on June 23 at the mobile gallery on the 3rd floor