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Stadtbücherei Frankfurt am Main

Germany

The Frankfurt City Library has 18 public libraries, a driving library with over 30 stops and 118 School libraries present in the city area. It is one of the most popular public institutions in the city and records around 1.5 million visits per year.

The use of the libraries is free of charge. For media lending, the city library charges an annual fee for adults. The media stock includes fiction and non-fiction books, children’s and youth literature, media in other languages, films, audiobooks, e-media and e-learning courses, music (pop, classical, jazz) and sheet music, newspapers and magazines, travel guides and maps, language courses and databases. Internet and PC workstations are available to users in all libraries.

In 2018, the Frankfurt City Library was awarded for the work of the School Library Office as Library of the Year.

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