Katona József Konyvtar Hungary

Katona József Library of Bács-Kiskun County

Hungary

The Katona József Library launched the Bács-Kiskun County Library Supply Service (BKSZ) in 2005. On a planned basis, more and more settlements were connected to the system year by year. The essence of which is to provide the population with access to modern library services locally, without having to travel.

It is the task of the local government to provide the necessary library space, the expansion and renewal of which we help to realize with the involvement of tender resources.

From January 2019, 90 settlements will be supplied with libraries with the service of the Katona József Library.

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