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15 октября 2020
On October 13, the library held an event dedicated to the Day of Kindred Finno-Ugrian Peoples. The holiday is celebrated in the third week of October in Russia, Finland, Hungary
21 октября 2019
On 20 October, the National Library of Komi welcomed the visitors at the traditional annual event – the Day of Languages and Cultures. The event marks the International Decade of
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