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News 2015

Opening of the Reference Centre
Reference Centre is open again from Monday, 2nd November 2015 on a new location. For plan and more information about the services see our website.
The Fate of Jews in Bulgaria
An exhibition presents to the public the fate and rescue of Bulgarian Jews on the background of historical events of World War II. October 22, 2015 - January 9, 2016,
Book World Prague 2015
Welcome to the National Library exhibition stand at the 21st International Book Fair and Literary Festival - May 14-17, 2015 Prague Exhibition Grounds (Holešovice).
Karel Vodák
A retrospective exhibition provides an overview of the artist´s work in the field of graphic design. Presented are book illustrations, film posters or postage stamp graphic works.
Jan Hus: A problem to accept freedom
To commemorate the 600th anniversary of the execution of Jan Hus the NL organises an exhibition of documents from the collections of the Manuscripts and Early Printed Books Department.
The Chronicle of Dalimil
An exceptional display of the Paris fragment of the richly illuminated manuscript of the Latin translation of the Chronicle of Dalimil on the occasion of the opening of the World´s Fair EXPO Milano 2015.
The Electronic World of the NL
April 1 - May 23, 2015: Come and visit the display to get acquainted with our sources and services that maybe you even do not know or have not used yet.
The Music Department moved
From March 15, 2015 the online reserved music documents will be available in the Manuscripts and Early Printed Books Reading Room. Watch information on the NL's web.
Concerts in the Mirror Chapel
Join the concerts in the Mirror Chapel, Klementinum. Programme in March 2015: Masters of classical music, Chamber concerts and Concerts for the dedicated 2015.
The Original Codex of Vyšehrad
The two-day exhibition will feature the original of the unique manuscript of the Romanesque time as well as its facsimile that will be available for viewing with the help of an assisstant.
The 90th Anniversary of Polish Studies in Prague
The first Department of Polish Studies in the Czech lands was established at Charles University in Prague more then 90 years ago. The exhibition presents its history from 1923.