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The gallery of heroes of the liberation movement of Venezuela

The gallery of heroes of the liberation movement of Venezuela
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On April 16th at the National Library of Belarus took place the opening of the art exhibition «The gallery of heroes of the liberation movement of Venezuela”.

The exhibition is dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the beginning of the liberation movement for the independence of Venezuela.

Portraits of heroes and images of the major battles of the fifteen-year war of 1810–1825 will acquaint Belarusian community with the history of the country which many long years struggled for sovereignty and independence, peace and harmony.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Bolivar Republic to the Republic of Belarus Américo Dias Nunes and Acting Director of the National Library of Belarus for Research and PR Lyudmila Kiryukhina welcomed the guests.

At the event the audience enjoyed musical compositions performed by Venezuelan guitarist Daniel Marchan.

The exhibition is open till May 14th at the gallery “Panorama” (on the 22nd floor). Entrance to the Observation platform is paid.


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