The BnF is hosting an exhibition, featuring over 240 pieces – manuscripts, printed books, prints, drawings, sculptures, coins, etc. – that take visitors deep into the world of the Renaissance humanists.
The House of European History (HEH) in Brussels and the National and University Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina (NULB&H) signed an agreement to extend the loan of a valuable exhibit from NULB&H, which has been included as part of the permanent exhibition of HEH since 2019. This exhibit consists of exhibits borrowed from museums, libraries, and archives from all over Europe, including exhibits from the Special Collections of the NUBBiH, which were exhibited for the first time in 2017.
On 22-25 February the National Library of Lithuania traditionally took part in the International Vilnius Book Fair, the largest Baltic literary festival. The event invited visitors to meetings with writers, book presentations, discussions, exhibitions, creative workshops, and other cultural activities. The National library presented a varied and rich programme.
The National and University Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina organized a literary meeting and gathering for children with BH writers for children and young people.
KBR is pleased to welcome the LIBER LAG Seminar 2024 in Brussels from April 24 to April 26. LIBER LAG is a working group from LIBER, dedicated to nurturing a dialogue between librarians and architects throughout Europe.
Throughout 2023, “St. Cyril and Methodius” National Library of Bulgaria paid tribute to the donors who enriched the institution with valuable books and documents over the past five years (2018-2022).
The National Library of the Republic of Moldova organized a series of events to celebrate the National Day of Culture on January 15-17, 2024. The Republic of Moldova celebrates the National Day of Culture every year on January 15, as a tribute to the birthday of the great poet, Mihai Eminescu.
At the end of January, Director General of the National Library of Estonia Martin Öövel had the pleasure of welcoming Michael A. Keller, University Librarian at Stanford Libraries. A wide variety of topics were discussed, ranging from digital initiatives to the selection criteria for a new library system.
In 2023, 1,450,000 people visited all the sites of the Bibliothèque nationale of France (reading rooms, museum, exhibitions, events).
This English-language study, published by the National Library of Poland, catalogues the pre-War collection of incunabula in the Seminary Library in Płock.