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UNCTAD: 55 Years of Development and Cooperation

26 Dec 2019

The UNCTAD: 55 Years of Development and Cooperation exhibition, timed to the 55th anniversary of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is open in the Documents of International Organizations Room (207g), from December 26 to January 19.

Book exhibitions

Orsha, the Book Bastion of Eastern Belarus

20 Dec 2019

Over the centuries,  Orsha was not only an important military post, but also a bastion of  Belarusian culture. The region’s traditions of writing and publishing are ancient and original. It makes sense that Orsha has been chosen to host the scientific roundtable "Book Culture Monuments of Orsha Region: from the Primer of Spiridon Sobol to the present day."

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Reflection about Human

20 Dec 2019

“Reflection about Human,” an exhibition timed to  the 85th anniversary of the Belarusian  writer Ivan Chigrinov (1934–1996), is open in the Belarusian Literature Room (205), from December 20 to January 13.

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Under the Sign of the Winged Serpent

30 Sep 2022

The book-illustrative exhibition "Under the Sign of the Winged Serpent," which celebrates the 550th anniversary of the birth of Lucas Cranach the Elder, is on display from September 30 to November 7 in the Fine arts reading room (306). (1472-1553).

The Art of Thought

22 Sep 2022

The jubilee exhibition "Art of Thought," honouring the 75th birthday of the Belarusian ballet master and choreographer Valentin Nikolaevich Elizariev, is on display from September 22 through November 21 in the Hall of Musical and Audiovisual Documents (room 305).

One-man band

22 Sep 2022

From September 22 to November 21, the Music and audiovisual documents reading room (305) will host an exhibition called "The One-Man Band" in honour of Conductor Aleksandr Anisimov, the Belarusian people's artist, who turns 75 this year.

Tourism in the Twenty-First Century

21 Sep 2022

The World Tourism Day book exhibition "Tourism in the Twenty-First Century" is open from September 21st until October 19th (Room 207).