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5 Largest Libraries in the World

5 Largest Libraries in the World

Defining “largest library” can be a little tricky. Some may consider it based on the number of books owned, while others may focus on the total area of ​​the building. Here are 5 libraries that are often referred to as the largest in the world, with various advantages:

  • Library of Congress (Washington D.C., USA)

According to Guinness World Records, the Library of Congress is the largest library in the world based on the number of items held (more than 170 million). In addition to books, the library also holds a large collection of maps, manuscripts, sound recordings and other materials.

  • British Library (London, England)

Although its number of items may be slightly below that of the Library of Congress, the British Library is considered a strong contender as the largest library in the world. Its extensive collection includes more than 170 million items, including books, manuscripts, maps and other antiquities.

  • National Library of China (Beijing, China)

The National Library of China is one of the largest libraries in Asia. Founded in 1909, the library has a collection of more than 47 million books, manuscripts and other artifacts.

  • Russian State Library (Moscow, Russia)

The Russian National Library is one of the largest libraries in Europe. Founded in 1862, the library has a collection of more than 43 million books and other items.

  • New York Public Library (New York, USA)

The New York Public Library is not the largest by number of items, but it has the largest public library system in the United States. The system includes branch libraries in all five boroughs of New York City, with a combined collection of more than 50 million items.

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