Leiden University Library

Local nameBibliotheca Thysiana
LocationLeiden, Amsterdam

Leiden University Library is a library founded in 1575 in Leiden, Netherlands. It is regarded as a significant place in the development of European culture: it is a part of a small number of cultural centres that gave direction to the development and spread of knowledge during the Enlightenment. This was due particularly to the simultaneous presence of a unique collection of exceptional sources and scholars. Holdings include approximately 5,200,000 volumes, 1,000,000 e-books, 70,000 e-journals, 2,000 current paper journals, 60,000 Oriental and Western manuscripts, 500,000 letters, 100,000 maps, 100,000 prints, 12,000 drawings and 300,000 photographs. The library manages the largest collections worldwide on Indonesia and the Caribbean. Furthermore, Leiden University Library is the only heritage organization in The Netherlands with three registrations of documents in UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register.

"Est hic magna commoditas bibliothecae ut studiosi possint studere"

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leiden_University_Library

Coordinates 52°9'32.904" N 4°29'4.584" E

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