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Excursion to the works of Frantishak Bagushevich

Excursion to the works of Frantishak Bagushevich
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The first tour of the works by Frantishak Bagushevich in the "Famous Names of Motherland" cycle took place in the National Library of Belarus on the 3rd of March. Bagushevich was one of the founders of the new Belarusian literature. The excursion was attended by students of the Minsk State Lyceum of Construction No. 7.

Traditionally, part of the event was held in the form of an interactive lesson. The excursionists found mentions of Frantishka Bagushevich in the decoration of the building of the National Library, leafed through the publications of the early 20th century the collections “Dudka belaruskaia” and “Smyk belaruski”, printed in Latin and Cyrillic, got acquainted with the main events in the life of the first national poet, his creative way, consolidated acquired knowledge by completing a series of interactive tasks.

We invite you to the excursion "Famous Names of Motherland" based on the works of famous Belarusians: Yanka Kupala, Yakub Kolas, Maksim Bagdanovich, Kandrat Krapiva, Mikhas Zaretsky, Yanka Mavr, Vladimir Karatkevich, Yevaf Vasilyakov, and Franz Vasilyak

Applications are accepted from 10.00 to 18.00 every day, except Monday.

For more info: (+375 17) 293 29 66, 293 28 53.

Excursion and Methodological Work Department


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8 Apr 2021

Take a look at your bookshelf. Closer. What does it remind you of? An uneven row of books of all sizes and colours? Perfectly even row, where everything is arranged exactly in alphabetical order? Chaotically volumes thrown on each other mixed with postcards and magazine inserts? Whatever is in your bookcase, you've probably thought about sorting it at least once. Home libraries always look flawless in photographs and in movies – if only it were like this at home! It's time to dust off the spines and learn about ways to tidy up your bookshelves. And to figure out how the National Library is doing it.

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