To commemorate Zoya Diakonova's 110th birthday

31 Dec 2022

Zoya Diakonova was born in Smolensk in the family of a priest. In 1930, she graduated from the 2nd Smolensk nine-year political and educational school and was accepted as the head of the hut-reading room of the Romnensky village Council of the Novosokolnichesky district of the Western Region (now the Smolensk region). The young woman was "mobilised to work in a school" in the village of Zhukovo six months later, combining her teaching duties with her role as a senior pioneer leader.

Our History: a Portrait Gallery

Slonim’s 770th years anniversary

21 Dec 2022

У 2022 годзе Слонім адзначыў юбілей – споўнілася 770 гадоў з часу ўзнікнення аднаго з найбольш старажытных і прыгожых гарадоў Беларусі, які мае багатую і слаўную гісторыю, глыбокія культурныя традыцыі.

Through the Pages of the Belarusian Calendar

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Smoking or Health – You Are to Choose!

17 May 2023

From 17 May to 14 June, the Documents of international organizations reading room (No 207g) will host a theme exhibition "Smoking or Health – you are to Choose!" dedicated to World No Tobacco Day.

Creating Fairy Tales by Paintbrush

5 May 2023

From May 5 to June 12, the Documents on Art reading room (No 306) is launching the book and illustrative exhibition "Creating Fairy Tales by Paintbrush", dedicated to the 175th anniversary of the birth of the Russian artist Viktar Vasniatsow (1848–1926).