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Orsha is presented with the photo exhibit honouring the National Library of Belarus' 100th anniversary

Orsha is presented with the photo exhibit honouring the National Library of Belarus' 100th anniversary
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September 22 in Aleksandr Pushkin’s central library of the State cultural institution “Orsha centralized library system” held the opening of a travelling photo exhibition “The National library of Belarus”.

Exposition presents 24 works of prominent photo artists of Belarus. The writers illustrate a new chapter in the country's central library 100-year history by showcasing its new structure in the most eye-catching and noteworthy parts, revealing unique interior design ideas, cutting-edge technology in use, and introducing paintings and applied art.

Representatives of the creative intelligentsia, library personnel, and first-year students from the Orsha College of the P.M. Masherov Vitsebsk State University all attended the exhibition's opening.


Viktar Pshybytka, Deputy Director General of the National Library of Belarus, became the guest of honor of the event. In his welcoming speech, he thanked the leadership of the Orsha Centralized Library System for the opportunity to acquaint the residents of Orsha with the history of the "diamond of knowledge", its architectural features and decoration.

The modern National Library of Belarus is described as the country's largest information and sociocultural centre and as having unique holdings of official papers in the travelling photo project, which is commemorating the library's100th anniversary.

The Vitsebsk and Brest big cities in Belarus hosted the photo exhibition "National Library of Belarus." The Vladimir Lenin Regional Universal Library in Gomel will be the next place to hold the exhibition.

The article is provided by the Public relations department.


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