Biblioteca de Andalucía

Biblioteca de Andalucía

Spain

The Library of Andalusia is the central library of the Andalusian System of Libraries and Documentation Centers, in operation since 1988 and inaugurated in 1990 in the city of Granada. Since 1994 it has shared headquarters with the Provincial Public Library of Granada. It is also home to the Ateneo de Granada.

La Biblioteca de Andalucía nace a partir de la aprobación de la Ley 8/1983, de Bibliotecas de Andalucía. Es el órgano bibliotecario central de la Comunidad Autónoma. En 1987 se publica el Decreto que desarrolla sus funciones. La Biblioteca comenzó su andadura en 1988, ubicándose en el antiguo Colegio de Niñas Nobles de Granada, con fondos procedentes del Depósito Legal. Fue inaugurada el 2 de abril de 1990 en su ubicación provisional. Desde 1994, mediante un Convenio entre el Ministerio de Cultura y la Comunidad Autónoma de Andalucía, comparte la sede con la Biblioteca Provincial de Granada-Biblioteca Pública del Estado.

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