26 Nov 2020
26 Nov 2020
23 Nov 2020
The original writer left a significant creative legacy to his descendants. His best works have entered the treasury of Belarusian literature.
12 Nov 2020
The work of Andrej Makajonak (1920-1982), playwright, screenwriter, translator, public figure is one of the brightest pages in the history of Belarusian literature. His plays, dynamic, action-packed, saturated with juicy humor, have always aroused increased interest of theatrical groups and spectators, truthfully and vividly reflecting the life of the people.
3 Nov 2020
The heritage of Zygmunt Gloger strikes with the variety of author's interests and the number of scientific work results. The scientist belongs to those Polish researchers who have made a significant contribution to the study of the Belarusian history culture and folklore.
30 Oct 2020
The artist's name is well known not only to connoisseurs of Belarusian art of the 20th century, but also to numerous guests of our country. Indeed, among the most famous tourist sites are the memorial complex “Brest Hero Fortress, Mound of Glory, Victory Monument in Minsk and much more, and Andrey Bembel is the author and co-author of the monuments.
12 Oct 2020
In musical circles, Mikhail Antsaw is known as the author of pieces for choir, teacher, music critic, choral conductor.
6 Oct 2020
Frantisek Smuglevich (1745-1807) is a prominent representative of classicism in the art of Poland, Lithuania and Belarus. His personality is one of the keys in the formation of the professional artistic environment in Belarus in the late 18th – early 19th centuries.
24 Sep 2020
Albina Gabriela Puzyna (1815–1869) distinguished by a bright creative personality. She brought a kind of artistic vision of the world and stood out against the background of the literary process of the middle of the 19th century, she made it richer, more interesting and diverse.
17 Sep 2020
In September 1830, during one of the meetings with Grodno Governor General, the decision was made to establish a library in Grodno. It became the first public library in the contemporary territory of Belarus.
16 Sep 2020
The Radziwills' Nesvizh Theater, which existed for almost 50 years, is a significant page in the history of the theatrical art of Belarus.
12 Sep 2020
Ioann (Ivan Ivanovich) Grigorovich did a lot to study and publish sources on the history of his homeland as a researcher and collector of Belarusian antiquity, he was one of the most educated people of the 19th century. He went far beyond the geographical boundaries of Belarus by the scale of his activity.
15 Aug 2020
An agricultural school was officially opened in the Gory-Gorki estate of the Mogilev province on August 15, 1840. It later transformed into an agricultural institute, the predecessor of the modern Belarusian State Agricultural Academy.
6 Aug 2020
Algerd Abukhovich (pseudonym Graf Bandinelli, August 6, 1840 - August 22, 1898) entered the history of Belarusian literature as a poet, realist writer, and translator, one of the founders of the Belarusian fable, fiction and memoirism.
1 Aug 2020
Vasily Bondarchik (1920–2009), Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, made a significant contribution to the development of Belarusian ethnographic science. He studied the issues of the origin and ethnic history of the Belarusian people, the historiography of traditional material, social and spiritual culture.
25 Jul 2020
Yulian Krachkovsky (July 25, 1840 - July 25, 1903) was a folklorist, ethnographer, historian, archaeographer, teacher, whose activities coincided with the rise of interest in local studies, the study of folklore poetry, everyday life, customs and rites of the Belarusian people.
15 Jul 2020
The famous battle between the combined army of the Polish Kingdom and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (led by the King of Poland Jagiello and the Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas) and the army of the Teutonic Order under the command of Grand Master Ulrich von Jungingen took place during the Great War (1409-1411) near the villages of Grunwald, Tanenberg and Ludwigsdorf (Ludwigova) on the territory of East Prussia (modern Poland).
7 Jul 2020
Jan Christoph Damel (1780–1840) left a significant mark on Belarusian fine art. Little is known about the early period of his life.
23 Jun 2020
The master of the Belarusian socio-psychological and intellectual-philosophical prose created a wide panorama of human life at the crucial stages of the history of our country, he showed the rich figurative possibilities of the Belarusian language.
8 Jun 2020
Ignat Dvorchanin (1895-1937) was a multitalented person, scholar, literary critic, poet, publicist, translator, historian, teacher, publisher, public, cultural, educational and political figure.
5 Jun 2020
A whole era of the formation of the Belarusian statehood is connected with the name of Ostafi Wołłowicz (about 1520 - 1587 or 1588).
1 Oct 2020
Welcome to our national and international exhibitions!
24 Nov 2020
The Library will host the exhibition "The Principality of Images and Words" timed to coincide with the 90th anniversary of the classic of the Belarusian literature Uladzimir Karatkievich on November 26.
24 Nov 2020
An exhibition titled “From the Books of Uladzimir Karatkievich”, timed to coincide with the 90th anniversary of the writer, will be open in the Book Museum of the National Library of Belarus from November 24.
23 Nov 2020
The Library opens the "Art-Minsk 2020" exhibition on November 24.