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The 7th International Congress "Library as a Cultural Phenomenon" in a New Format.

The 7th International Congress "Library as a Cultural Phenomenon" in a New Format.
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October 21 – October 22
Natioanl Library of Belarus

Due to the unstable epidemiological situation in the world, the 7th International Congress "Library as a Cultural Phenomenon", dedicated to state and region studies, will be held on October 21-22, 2020 in a changed format.

The first day of the Congress is to be online. Participants will be able to join the video broadcast of the speakers. Subsequently, the recording of the event will be available to everyone.

On the second day of the congress, events will take place both in the library building and online.

More details about the changes in the work of the Congress can be found in the updated newsletter on the library portal.

A program and a link to the congress broadcast website will be provided on the eve of the event.

We invite everyone interested to participate!

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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