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resources:hpb:content:national_library_of_russia_st_petersburg [2012/08/31 09:57]
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resources:hpb:content:national_library_of_russia_st_petersburg [2013/08/22 16:19] (current)
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 ======National Library of Russia, St Petersburg ====== ======National Library of Russia, St Petersburg ======
-Link to [[http://​www.nlr.ru/​index.html|National Library of Russia, St Petersburg]] ​+Access the [[http://​www.nlr.ru/​index.html|National Library of Russia, St Petersburg's website]]  
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 +Access the National Library'​s [[http://​gso.gbv.de/​DB=1.77/​CLK?​IKT=8486&​TRM=rusprnb|dataset within the HPB]] (login required)
 === Historical note === === Historical note ===
 The National Library of Russia in St Petersburg, founded in 1795, is one of the largest libraries not only in Russia but also in the world. Its Russian stocks comprise the world’s most complete book collection in the Russian, Ukrainian and Belorussian languages. The Library possesses a exceptionally rich collection of incunabula (over 6,000 items) and rare books (over 800,000 items), including early Russian printed books, the greatest collection of Peter the Great era books, the remarkable collections of books produced by Elseviers, Aldus Manutius, and their heirs. Hand press books are held in the main library and as special collections,​ e.g. Voltaire’s library. The National Library of Russia in St Petersburg, founded in 1795, is one of the largest libraries not only in Russia but also in the world. Its Russian stocks comprise the world’s most complete book collection in the Russian, Ukrainian and Belorussian languages. The Library possesses a exceptionally rich collection of incunabula (over 6,000 items) and rare books (over 800,000 items), including early Russian printed books, the greatest collection of Peter the Great era books, the remarkable collections of books produced by Elseviers, Aldus Manutius, and their heirs. Hand press books are held in the main library and as special collections,​ e.g. Voltaire’s library.
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 === Updates === === Updates ===
 NLR will send regular updates for addition to HPB. NLR will send regular updates for addition to HPB.
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