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The State Prize in Literature, Art and Architecture

The 2010 State Prize in Literature, Art, and Architecture was presented to the creative group consisting of Leonid Levin, Alexander Finsky and Svetlana Kotkova for the memorial Children Victims of the Great Patriotic War in the town of Krasny Bereg, Zhlobin District, Gomel Oblast
The 2010 State Prize in Literature, Art, and Architecture was presented to the creative group consisting of Leonid Levin, Alexander Finsky and Svetlana Kotkova for the memorial Children Victims of the Great Patriotic War in the town of Krasny Bereg, Zhlobin District, Gomel Oblast
Three State Prizes in Literature, Art, and Architecture are awarded by the President of the Republic of Belarus once in two years (every even year).

The State Prize in Literature, Art, and Architecture is bestowed upon the citizens of the Republic of Belarus who have created meaningful and extraordinary works (performances, works of literature, art and architecture) that make a big contribution to the national and world culture, promote universal values and humane ideas.

Works of literature, art and architecture can be nominated for the State Prize if they were published, performed, produced or built at least two years prior to the deadline for submitting entries to the State Prizes Committee of the Republic of Belarus.

The nomination of works for the State Prize is carried out at sessions of collegial bodies, presidiums, secretariats of boards or at personnel, editorial and publishing meetings.
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