Exposition "Cross and Saber: Metropolitan of Kiev Petro Mohyla" will be opened in Odesa

18 December 2019, 12:22
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The event will be held at the Odesa National Library within the framework of the project of the Odesa Regional State Administration “Museum of the Ukrainian Book”.

The program will be dedicated to Ukrainian unity and cultural heritage.

The event will be held with the participation of partners from the National Kyiv-Pechersk Historical and Cultural Reserve, the National Library of Ukraine named after I. VI Vernadsky Institute of History, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Black Sea National University. Petra Mogili.

Within the framework of the event program “Peter the Tomb. Spirit. Epoch. Man ”the opening of the mobile exhibition“ Cross and Saber: Kyiv Metropolitan Petro Mohyla ”will be presented, which will be presented by representatives of the National Kyiv-Pechersk Historical and Cultural Reserve.

Also, guests of the event will have the opportunity to view a unique exhibition of old printed and facsimile editions "The Book Heritage of Peter Mogila: A View from the 21st Century", which includes originals of works and documents of Peter Mogila, literature of the XVIII-XIX centuries about his life and activity.

It is planned to hold lectures and presentations from leading scientists of the state, who are exploring the figure of Petro Mohyla at the present stage.

Among them are "Petro Mohyla: Researcher and Keeper of Kiev Antiquities", "New attribution of the composition" Petro Mohyla's Gift in the Church of the Savior on Berestov, and public activity of Petro Mohyla in the Ukrainian state-building »,« Professor Stepan Golubev: Researcher of life and work of Petro Mohyla »and others.

After the event, a Memorandum of Understanding is planned to be signed between the Museum of the Ukrainian Book and the National Kyiv-Pechersk Historical and Cultural Reserve.

Venue of the event - Odesa National Library (13 Pasteur Str.) At 3 pm 00min.

Contact person - Petrova Olena (phone - 093 108 64 43)