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Publishing Projects of the National Library at the Minsk International Book Fair

Publishing Projects of the National Library at the Minsk International Book Fair
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The 28th Minsk International Book Fair (MIBF) began its work on February 18.

At the book festival, the National Library of Belarus presented to the viewer the exhibition “New House – New Perspectives. 2006–2021 Publishing Projects". The exhibition is timed to the 15th anniversary of the relocation of the Library to a modern building.

During 15 years of operation at the new address, such projects have been implemented as facsimile reproductions of the Sluck, Polack, Turau Gospels, "The Life of Saint Efrasinia of Polack" and the Barkulab Chronicle, "The Baculus of Rule" by Simiaon of Polack, the world's first Primer, the entire famous heritage of Francysk Skaryna.

All these publications became winners and laureates of the national competition "The Art of the Book" and the international competition of the same name among the CIS countries. The exhibition also features scientific publications (including a number of publications dedicated to the 500th anniversary of Belarusian book printing, the military-patriotic publishing project “Partisan Archives”, etc.), reprint, electronic editions, postcards, etc.

Over the opening days of the exhibition-fair, those who wish can see the presented editions at the stand of the National Library of Belarus.

We also invite you to presentations of our projects:

The presentations will take place from 18.00 to 19.00 at the central site of the National stand of Belarus in the administrative complex on ave. Peramozhcau, 14.

Join the book festival with us!

For more info: (+375 17) 293 28 81, (+375 17) 293 27 56

e-mail: pr@nlb.by

 

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