Belarusian exhibition reopened
The National Museum said that it re-opened the Belarusian exhibition themed ‘Patterns and Symbols: A Heritage of Belarusian Ornament’ and runs through till the end of April 2021.
The exhibition was opened on March 5, 2020 and closed on March 17, 2020 as per decisions of the Supreme Committee tasked with tackling developments resulting from coronavirus.
Among the prominent displayed items is the ‘Rushnik’ which is a craftwork towel with national ornamentation, made from cotton, linen and woven in cross-stitchpatterns.
The exhibition also contains a spindle whorl; a wooden, three-pointed and notched carving and contour carving dating back to the early 20th century CE.
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