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26 August 2016 | 11:20
Event exhibition "Moldova-25" at National Library
The exhibition-event entitled "Moldova-25" occasioned to the 25th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Moldova will be inaugurated today, starting at 12:00, at the National Library of Moldova, Radio Moldova reported.
The exhibition will present documents from the collections of the National Library on the national movement in Bessarabia at different times, both interwar and postwar, until the Independence of the Republic of Moldova, documents about the Grand National Assembly and its impact in society, about the symbols of statehood, documents describing aspects of the conflict.

Inside the National Library of the Republic of Moldova, the exhibition event "Moldova-25" will be open until 7 September 2016.

From 8 September 2016, the exhibition will be presented at the official meeting of the Moldovan Parliament, dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Moldova, which will be held in the Palace of Republic.
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