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A Ticket to Summer

A Ticket to Summer
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A subject exhibition "A Ticket to Summer” runs in the periodicals reading room (106), from July 3 to August 31.

Summer is a time of long-awaited holidays! We hurry to finish all urgent matters, and then it’s time to pack a suitcase and fly away towards the sea and sun, to take rest on the sandy beach in some far exotic country, or take a trip around Europe. Luckily for us, the travel services market offers today a huge variety of voyages to fit every taste. Our exhibition presents journals that will tell readers about various options of summer holidays.

A holiday in Belarus can be no less fascinating. Blue lakes, forest reserves, ancient architecture, famous castles – and yes, we do have a sight for sore eyes! Rural and health tourism and the acquaintance with Belarusian culture are the most popular travel routes in 2018. You will learn more about rest in Belarus by reading journals presented at the exhibition.

More than 30 periodicals are on display.


The opening hours of the exhibition corresponds to the library’s opening hours.
Entrance to the exhibition is available by the library ticket or ticket of the library's social and cultural center.

Contact us: (+375 17) 293 25 87.

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