What did the Sumerians, Phoenicians and other ancient civilizations give to our civilization? How did Avesta appear? And where is the sacred, mysterious country - Airyanem Vaejah? At first glance, all these questions are from completely different poles, but the author of today’s lecture, well-known tour guide, philologist Rene Mirgasimova-Fel, managed to weave them together during a meeting at the Baku Book Center.
The Baku Book Center has hosted a meeting with popular Russian art historian and former Director General of the Russian State Tretyakov Gallery Zelfira Tregulova.
The Baku Book Center on Jan. 30 hosted a meeting with national poet of Azerbaijan Vahid Aziz. The meeting was organized by the Public Association "İRƏLİ" with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Azerbaijan.
A photo album titled “Journey to the Land of Fire” by Russian photographer Dmitri Yermakov, who lived in Georgia in the 19th century and visited Azerbaijan several times, was introduced at a book launch at the Baku Book Center on Jan. 25.
The Baku Book Center on January 18 hosted an event entitled “January 20 – the road to our independence”. Organized jointly with the humanitarian department of the Baku City Executive Power, the event was attended by war veterans, children of martyrs and public figures.
The Baku Book Center on December 28 hosted a performance for the pupil of boarding school No. 10 on the occasion of the New Year and the Day of Solidarity of World Azerbaijanis.
The Baku Book Center on December 27 hosted a presentation of the book “Heydər Əliyev. 100 faktın tarixi” (“Heydar Aliyev. History of 100 facts”).
The Baku Book Center on December 26 hosted a charity event on the occasion of the New Year and the Day of Solidarity of World Azerbaijanis, organized by the Children and Youth Development Center No. 2 under the Baku Department of Education.
The Baku Book Center on December 25 hosted a book launch event for the book “About Heydar Aliyev” and www.aboutheydaraliyev.com website prepared by the Initiatives and Projects Center jointly with the Baku Book Center.
The Baku Book Center on December 22 hosted the book launch event for famous Russian writer Albert Likhanov’s “Indelible” book dedicated to the national leader of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev.
The Baku Book Center on December 7 hosted a meeting with the famous Romanian poetess, writer, human rights activist Ana Blandiana and presentation of her book of poems “İndi mən sənə ibadət edirəm” (“Now I worship you”).
The Baku Book Center on December 4 hosted a meeting with Richardas Lapaitis, the Lithuanian military journalist-photographer, co-author of the film “Endless Corridor” dedicated to the Khojaly genocide.