National Library of Serbia
The National Library was established in 1832 and is the oldest cultural institution in Serbia. During the bombing in the Second World War, the Library burned to the ground on 6 April 1941. The biggest part of its collections was destroyed. The reconstruction started after the war, and the new library building was built in 1972.
The Library holds more than a million books and edition series. It contains special collections, including the legacies of prominent individuals.
Beograd Skerlićeva 1, Serbia
- Vyriausybės/valstybinė įstaiga
- Radović, Sanja