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The National Library of Belarus takes part in the cleanup

The National Library of Belarus takes part in the cleanup
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On April 17, the employees of the National Library take an active part in the republican cleanup.

The friendly team is putting things in order after a long winter: removing garbage, landscaping patios, flower beds, balconies and an open observation deck. Let the well-groomed lawns and flower beds delight the eyes of not only the townspeople, but also the readers of the library!

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Inside the building, work is also in full swing: cleaning is in progress at workplaces and in office premises, and in reading rooms and a high-rise book depository, dust is removed, shelves and furniture are wiped, in halls and corridors, railings and chrome-plated interior elements.

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A good spring tradition not only brings people together, but also makes the world around us cleaner.

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