…pagrymits and pabliskae, sprinkle evening. Temperature: 15 — 24 ° C.
Do not pass:
The Belarusian Association of Journalists holds share the memory of the disappeared 10 years ago cameraman Dmitry Zavadsky. BAJ appealed to members of the organization, to the editors of the media at 12.00 to light candles at the portraits and silent Zavadskiy 10 minutes.
"Kupala days" at the Literature Museum named after Yanka Kupala in Minsk. Beginning at 12.00.
Dmitry Vaitsyushkevich continues performances in Orsha district: 17.30 — House of Culture. Yurtsev; 19.00 — DK forth. Dubnica.
In Vitebsk festival begins "Slavic Bazaar".
THERE WHERE TO NO:
On the football World Cup in South Africa in the second semi-final with Germany playing Spain.
ALSO THIS DAY:
In 1633 died Leo Sapieha, Velikolitovskosti political, social and military leader.
In 1807, French Emperor Napoleon and the Russian Tsar Alexander I signed a so-called Tylzytski world, one result of which was a departure Bialystok, which in 1775-1807 gg. belonged to Prussia, the Russian Empire.
In 1860 born Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (d. 1911).
In 1940, Ringo Starr was born, the drummer "The Beatles."
In 2006 died British guitarist and vocalist Syd Barrett, the founder and first leader of the rock band "Pink Floyd" (b. 1946). Barrett left the band in 1968, after a mental disorder caused by drug abuse. Barrett's group was blocked by David Gilmour. Band "Pink Floyd" then were still far from the phenomenal financial success and international fame that came to him after the publication of the album "The Dark Side of the Moon" in 1973.
There is a reason:
Day after Kupala night.
A year ago on the site of "Freedom", "The new political prisoner. Dubski was sentenced to a year in prison."
Quote to remember:
"Everything that touches the government changes crap" — Ringo Starr.
"I do not think I'm easy to define. My head is very atypical. Anyway I'm not who you think I am" — Syd Barrett.