to panic and to stop the work the library staff does not intend to open new online capabilities to users. So, the NEB has provided free access to the latest magazines and current Newspapers, “Kommersant”, “Rossiyskaya Gazeta”, “Spark”, “Russian reporter”, “Esquire”, “Forbes”, “Cosmopolitan”, Popular mechanics and many others. To obtain free access through the portal. You can read on any device. Comfortable with computer and mobile phone.
Ministry of culture creates the first unified poster online events
For those who are tired of politics and disturbing news, the RSL prepared a virtual tour of its halls and popular exhibitions. Now, from the comfort of your home, you can see the first printed book, to find yourself at the coronation of Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna or to experience together with the staff of the Rumyantsev Museum the upheaval of 1917.
For users of the newly opened exhibitions: “Moscow, 1917. Look with Vagankovsky hill”, “the Emperor Alexander II. Education education”, “the Gutenberg Bible: the beginning of a new time,” “the Patriotic war of 1812”, “Books of the old building: the world of childhood XIX – early XX century”, “Time to collect… Prince Yusupov and his library” and “Urban extravaganza. Russian posters of the late XIX – early XX century”.
If you felt cramped in the four walls, the “Leninka” invites to travel around Europe of the early 20th century, together with Maximilian Voloshin, Leonid Kondaurova, Prince Basil by Isheeva and his friend Alexei Smirnov. In 1900, four representatives of the Russian intelligentsia went on a trip to Europe with almost no money. They take turns writing about events, experiences, and formulate travel advice even before it becameabout mainstream. From the records was “a travel Journal, or How many countries you can see a hundred and fifty rubles,” – RSL is it what it would look like after 120 years.
“the Golden Mask online,” will show the performances of the prize-winners
No, the epidemic will not stop the desire for knowledge. Among the most interesting search queries of readers in the NEB found, for example, “Female killers” (1902) and “Notes Julia Justa the Danish envoy under Peter the Great (1709-1711)” (1899-1900). Readers also searched for “Guide to logic, with a preliminary summary of psychological data compiled by Nicholas Christmas” (1840) and “Semantic structure pollicitation economic verbs with non-profit adjecta in the English language.”
But the most frequent word in queries – it’s still a “pandemic”. People want to know what epidemics have occurred in our country and how they fought.