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All about Latvia: the Horizon Exhibition of Photography Opened

All about Latvia: the Horizon Exhibition of Photography Opened
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On June 25th, the National Library of Belarus hosted the grand opening of the Horizon exhibition of photography, timed to the 100th anniversary of Latvia and the Latvian National Library. The event was held as part of an official visit by Minister for Foreign Affairs of Latvia Edgar Rinkevics to the Republic of Belarus.

The grand opening was attended by Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus Vladimir Makei, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Latvia Edgar Rinkevics, and director of the Latvian National Library Andris Vilks.

Director of the National Library of Latvia Roman Motulsky congratulated the representatives of Latvia on the national holiday and the centennial anniversary of the Latvian National Library.

At the event’s end, the guests visited the photography exhibition.

The Horizon photography exhibition acquaints viewers with different parts of Latvia, from green forests, foggy streets and stony shores to openwork palaces, city buildings, old and modern interiors.

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