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Pushkin’s son Alexander used to serve here

3 Mar 2015

Novogrudok, alongside neighbouring Nesvizh and Mir, though modest in size has made a significant contribution to the culture and history not only of Belarus, but of neighbouring Lithuania, Poland and, even, Russia. Founded by Grand Duke Yaroslav the Wise, the city celebrated its 970th anniversary recently, but how do modern residents live?

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Tandem of inspiration

15 Jan 2021

The book-illustrative exhibition "Tandem of Inspiration" is on show in the Fine Arts Reading Room (room 306) from January 15 to February 22. The exhibition dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the birth of Belarusian artists Georgy Poplavsky (1931-2017) and Natalia Nikolaevna Poplavskaya (1931).

World Ecosystems: Conservation, Protection, Recovery

12 Jan 2021

A thematic exhibition "World Ecosystems: Conservation, Protection, Recovery" dedicated to the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021–2030) runs in the Documents of International Organizations Reading Room (207g) from January 12 to February 14.

In memory of the “pyasnyar” of Belarus

12 Jan 2021

January 12 marks the 80th anniversary of the birth of Vladimir Mulyavin – musician, composer, founder of VIA Pesnyary. For the anniversary of the artist, an exhibition “In memory of the songwriter of Belarus” has been prepared, which is open in the Music and Audiovisual Documents Reading Room (room 305) until January 31.

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