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Our Oceans, Our Future

8 Jun 2020

The Virtual Center on the Activities of International Organizations has been presenting the virtual book exhibition "Our Oceans, Our Future" since June 8 on the NLB portal. The exhibition dedicated to World Oceans Day.

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The Secrets of Belarusian Ornament

21 Jan 2020

We often regard the ancient culture as something mysterious and incomprehensible. Some meanings, lost and forgotten in life, still exist in the rituals, customs, symbols and musical tunes. The story of our people, the traditions and life of our ancestors, the beauty of Belarusian nature are encrypted in woven and embroidered articles.

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Confession of courage and love

13 Feb 2017

A permanent virtual exhibition “Confession of courage and love”, dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the national artist of Belarus Mikhail Savitsky, is available for users since February 13.

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The great plasticity of small forms

27 Jan 2014

Since 27 January, starts a virtual permanent exhibition “The great plasticity of small forms” dedicated to the 60th birth anniversary of Belarusian sculptor and master of the city sculpture Vladimir Zhbanov.

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The First Belarusian

20 Oct 2021

An exhibition "The First Belarusian" dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Belarusian State University is on show on the third floor of the circular corridor from October 20.

Peace, Dignity and Equality on a Healthy Planet

19 Oct 2021

A thematic exhibition "Peace, Dignity and Equality on a Healthy Planet" dedicated to United Nations Day is on show in the Official Documents Service Department (room 207) from October 14 to November 30.

The Blessed Gift

13 Oct 2021

An anniversary exhibition “The Blessed Gift”, timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ivan Muraviejka, Belarusian poet, Honoured Cultural Worker of Belarus (1921–2021), is on show in the Belarusian Literature Reading Room (room 205) from October 13 to November 22.