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National Central Library of Rome

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The National Central Library of Rome (BNCR) is, at the National Central Library of Florence (BNCF) one of two Italian national libraries which have the main requirement to collect and preserve all publications. It is located in viale Castro Pretorio, near Termini Station in Rome. The library is also known as "Vittorio Emanuele II", from the name of the King of Italy to whom it was dedicated at the time of its establishment (1875).

The library archive houses seven million volumes and 25,000 sixteenth-century books, in addition to incunabula, manuscripts, maps, 50,000 periodicals and a substantial audiovisual and multimedia heritage.  The Roman Library collects and preserves, like the Florentine one, all the Italian publishing production, according to the law of 15 April 2004, n. 106 and the subsequent implementing regulation (Presidential Decree of 3 May 2006, no. 252) relating to the legal deposit.

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National Central Library of Florence

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The National Central Library of Florence (BNCF) is one of the most important Italian and European libraries. Together with the National Library of Rome, it performs the functions of the central national library.

It has around 5,948 235 printed volumes, 2 703 899 pamphlets, 24 991 manuscripts, 3 716 incunabula, 29 123 editions of the sixteenth century and over 1 000 000 of autographs, and has 304 214 works consulted in 2013. The shelves of book deposits covered, in 2013, 135 linear km, with an annual increase of over 1 km and a half. 

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Central Library of the Sicily region

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The Central Library of the Sicilian Region "Alberto Bombace" is a historic library of Palermo, founded in 1782 by order of Ferdinando I. National Library until 1977, when it was transferred to the Sicilian Region.

 

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Regional university library of messina

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The collections received by the Library, as a gift or for purchase, in the nineteenth century by local scholars and citizens are noteworthy in importance. The La Corte Cailler collection, the collection of local history by Lorenzo Deodato, the books of the Catania architect Sada, the collection of Letterio Lizio Bruno, the manuscripts and books of musical interest by Salvatore Pugliatti, the manuscript music of the Stagno Belardinelli family, the Polimeni collections, the books of the bookseller Cannizzaro, the collection of Vittorio Di Paola and others have gradually enriched the Library. The periodicals amount to 2,884, of which 461 are in progress. Particularly important; the set of works of local interest from the Messano Calabrese Collection, full of about 10,000 volumes, annually increased and highly sought after by scholars for its rarity; of the works: sources for the history of the city and its territory. Rich in over 3,600 texts, the Musical Fund is increased annually with the purchase of repertoires, essays, historical and historiographical works. The History of Cinema Course Fund constituted the first nucleus of the Collection of works relating to the Entertainment, now assembled with specific locations and in continuous growth. About 600 manuscripts and closed local periodicals were microfilmed.

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