Croatian Book Month to start on 15 Oct

The Croatian Book Month, a national programme promoting reading as an activity of great social value and the book as a cultural asset, will have an official launch on Saturday, 15 October, in Sibenik which is observing 950 years since the first mention of its name.

The 30-day event will be promoted throughout the country.

This year's motto is "Reading 100 per hour".

The entire programme is available at http://issuu.com/knjinicegradazagreba/docs/mhk.

Last update: Thu, 13/10/2016 - 15:38
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