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23 Jul 2018

How  did Belarus live a century ago, on the turning point of history, at the time of wars, revolutions, spiritual and cultural cataclysms? We are restoring  the picture of the day with the help of old newspapers from the unique collection of the National Library. So, this is a conclusion. For a start, people had to make great efforts not to be drowned to death in a stormy global socio-political maelstrom. But then, as they started feeling the way, they needed to find an answer to the sacramental question: what to do next? What to do? Of course, sow bread! And, of course, learn!

Newspaper Age: Pages of Time

Newspaper Age: Pages of Time

30 May 2018

They say like century, like people. And if you want to know more about “centuries” and “peoples”, read newspapers.  This is still as relevant as it was one hundred years ago. “Newspaper Age: Pages of Time” is a  new co-project of the newspaper  “Sovetskaya Belorussiya – Belarus Segodnya” and the National Library of Belarus, which offers a historical journey through newspapers’ pages and, conformably, an acquaintance with Belarus in the early 20th century.  

Newspaper Age: Pages of Time

Events

The Mother Tongue Is the People’s Living Soul

15 Feb 2019

The Mother Tongue Is the People’s Living Soul exhibition, timed to the International Mother Language Day,  runs  in the international organizations reading room  (207g), from February 15 to March 17.

"Dryad" art exhibition

14 Feb 2019

Twelve female images, respecting the months of the calendar year, are on display. The exhibition’s centerpiece is nymphs of trees, beautiful patroness of forests, mythical creatures, who can predict the future and even help in trouble. Dryads are trying to talk but cannot speak the human language. They have you, until you are delighted.

Love Is a Source of Inspiration

14 Feb 2019

“Love Is a Source of Inspiration”, a  book-illustrative exhibition timed to Valentine’s Day, runs the fine arts room (306), from February 14 to March 9.