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Libraries in St. Petersburg
  • "Art Library of the State Russian Museum"

  • The Art Library of the State Russian Museum is located in the central part of Mikhailovsky Palace, near the main staircase. The first record of the Library was found in the Statutes of the Russian Museum of Emperor Alexander III in 1897.
          Address: Ingenernaja st., 4 | Phone: +7(812) 595-42-08
  • Central City Public Library named after V. Mayakovskiy

  • In January the 7th, 1868, on Nevsky prospect in house # 54 a bookstore and library were opened. The close vicinity with the Imperial Public Library did not prevent from its rapid popularity among Saint Petersburg's educated people. The library deserved to be the best among the private libraries of the city.
          Address: Nevskiy pr., 20 | Phone: +7(812) 314-02-63
  • Central Children`s Library by name of A.Pushkin

  • One of the first libraries for children was open in Petrograd in 1921, in 1924 the library got its name after the greatest Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. In 1977 the library moved to a new premises at 33 Bolshaja Morskaja Street. Not far from the library there is the famous Saint Isaac's Square.
          Address: Bolshaja Morskaja, 33 | Phone: +7(812) 312-96-25
  • The National (Public) Library of Russia

  • Legendary "Publichka" - one of the oldest libraries in the city. One of the bigest book collections in Russia also.
          Address: Sadovaya, 18| Phone: +7(812) 308-28-56
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