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“We call our temporary home the small building of the National Library, where we will stay for the next four years,” Director Janne Andresoo said in her speech, adding that it is the readers who make a library and not books and books. walls.
“We really need you. Your presence helps create a library space from a single room. We have the skills and the knowledge. You hold the soul and the content. Come see, come read, stay with it. books, “said the director of the national library. .
The library move was symbolically completed by a delivery robot, which brought the last book – “National Library of Estonia 1918-2018” by Piret Lotman (“Eesti Rahvusraamatukogu ajalugu 1918-2018”) – to the Narva building maantee 11.
“This book tells the story of the guardian of Estonia’s cultural heritage and it is important that the book is also kept in this building,” Andersoo said.
All usual services and activities will be available in the new building in downtown Tallinn. The LVLup! The video game museum has also moved to the new building. The “Petit BÃ¢timent” will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays. The library is closed on Sundays.
Reconstruction work on the National Library of TÃµnismÃ¤e building will start this year and is expected to last until 2025. â¬ 53 million has been allocated for the reconstruction of the National Library of Estonia as part of the government’s budget strategy and the renovated building in TÃµnismÃ¤e is slated to open by 2025.