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Exhibition devoted to the song <em>Byvajcie zdarovy!</em>

Seminar on the history of Orthodoxy in Belarus

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With the blessing of the Metropolitan of Minsk and Zaslavl Pavel, the seminar "The history of Orthodoxy in Belarus: the experience and methodology of study" will be held on March 24th.

The organizer of the seminar, which will be held within the framework of the celebration of the Orthodox Book Day, is the Synodal Department for Religious Education and Catechesis of the Belarusian Orthodox Church; the co-organizer is the National Library of Belarus.

The seminar agenda features reports of scientists, historians, researchers, specialists and heads of libraries, as well as exchange of experience in the field of local studies.

Location: Minsk, Pritytskogo Street, 65.


Looking for Joy

3 Dec 2021

A literary and visual exhibition "Looking for Joy" dedicated to the 160th anniversary of the birth of the Russian painter and representative of Russian impressionism Konstantin Korovin (1861–1939) is on show in the Fine Arts Reading Room (room 306) from December 3 to January 10.

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The Book Museum Turns 15. Part 4

3 Dec 2021

This year, the Book Museum of the National Library of Belarus celebrates 15 years from its opening. History of the Museum is the important part of the Library's history. We continue a series of publication-recollections about the Museum from its creators.

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Silent Gloomy Autumn: 10 Books with November Vibe

30 Nov 2021

The autumn days sometimes feel awfully long and dragging, but they're coming to an end too, which means it's time to close the autumn gestalt. How? Let us offer you books, the universal solution to all problems, the answer to all questions. And before you get swept up in the New Year spirit, here are 10 books with an incredible autumn mood, sometimes as dark and mysterious as our November articles, and sometimes as cosy and heartwarming as a library reading room.

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