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Excursion "We remember your pain and losses, Belarus..." based on the works of military themes by Ivan Shamyakin

Excursion "We remember your pain and losses, Belarus..." based on the works of military themes by Ivan Shamyakin
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On the eve of Victory Day, the first excursion dedicated to the work of Ivan Shamyakin took place in the National Library. It was developed as part of the cycle "Glory of the Names of the Motherland" and is timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the birth of the classic of Belarusian literature.

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At the end of the excursion, to consolidate the knowledge gained, young people completed a number of interactive tasks.

Tourists also looked into one of the library's galleries at the exhibition "For a man to live like a man ...", where they got acquainted with illustrations by famous Belarusian artists for the books of Ivan Shamyakin and Ivan Melezh.



We invite you to excursions from the cycle "Famous names of the fatherland" on the works of Ivan Shamyakin, Arkady Kuleshov, Pimen Panchenko, Maxim Tank, Vasil Bykov, as well as Yanka Kupala, Yakub Kolas, Maxim Bogdanovich, Kondrat Krapiva, Mikhas Zaretsky, Yanka Mavr, Vladimir Korotkevich Euphrosyne of Polotsk, Francis Skaryna and Marc Chagall.

Applications are accepted from 10.00 to 18.00 from Tuesday to Sunday.

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

Excursion and Methodological Work Department

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