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4 Amazing Libraries in Moscow That You Must Visit

4 Amazing Libraries in Moscow That You Must Visit – The largest country in the world has been named the most educated country, you know. A good education system must of course be supported by complete and adequate literature. Being the 9th country with the highest educational competence in the world, Russia has several libraries that are amazing in terms of buildings and contents, you know.

First, let’s visit Moscow, the capital of Russia which has 4 cool libraries.

1. Russian State Library

This country’s library is the number one largest library in Europe and number 4 in the world! Moscow residents call it “Leninka”. This library has shelves containing books that are more than 275 km long, and consist of 43 million different types of books. Cool?

Every day at least 4000 people visit here. Not only to admire the beauty of the interior but also to work, study, visit book fairs, concerts, conferences, and much more.

Oh yes, to be able to enter here you must be at least 18 years old. This library is open every Monday-Friday from 9.00-20.00, and Saturday from 9.00-19.00 local time.

2. The Russian State Youth Library

It’s also called the Youth Library, most of the visitors are aged around 20 to 30. But that doesn’t mean older people can’t come here, you know. Following a dynamic youthful spirit, the library interior is made colorful and bright, cheerful. For those of you who don’t like classic style libraries, you are guaranteed to feel at home here.

This library is smaller than the Russian State Library, with a book collection of only “650,000” types. The facilities here are quite complete, namely Coffee Room, Music Library, Rare Book Room, Foreign Language Room, and many more.

This library is open every Monday-Friday from 11.00-22.00 and Saturday-Sunday from 12.00-20.00 local time.

3. The Turgenev Library and Reading Room

The Turgenev Library has its own historical value that attracts local and international visitors. Not only does it have a beautiful interior, this library building is more than 100 years old! Visitors here enjoy a relaxed and relaxed atmosphere, reading a book while accompanied by a cup of coffee.

This library is open every Monday-Friday from 11.00-20.00 and Saturday-Sunday from 12.00-19.00 local time.

4. Eisenstein Motion Picture Art Library

This relatively new cultural center in Moscow is named after the legendary Russian director, Sergei Mikhailovich Eizenshtein. This library is specifically dedicated to cinematography. Here visitors can learn film history, theory about cinematography, and other related arts.

Many events are held in this library, such as meetings with famous directors, screenings of various films, learning about the world of Russian cinema, art and photography exhibitions.

This library is open every Monday-Thursday 12.00-21.00, Friday 11.00-18.00, Saturday-Sunday 12.00-18.00 local time.

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