Worlds Largest Royal Library - Denmark

The Royal Library is a national library in Denmark and one of the largest libraries in Scandinavia. All pieces of work produced in Denmark since the 17th century are stored here. The word 'royal' is associated with golden glamor, palace elements and traditions. The new building of the Royal library boggles the mind as it unites the last modern trends and tendency to chamberness.

The library was founded in 1648 by the king Frederick III on the large base of European works. Public access was allowed in 1793. The funds were united with the library funds of the Copenhagen University in 1989 and funds of the National Library of natural science and medicine.

World Largest Royal Library





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