Royal Danish Library

Royal Danish Library (Danish: Det Kgl. Bibliotek) is a merger of the two previous national libraries in Denmark: the State and University Library in Aarhus and the Royal Library in Copenhagen. Although now under a single organisation, the separate locations in both cities are maintained.

Royal Danish Library
Det Kgl. Bibliotek
CountryDenmark
TypeNational Library, University Library, National Center for Shared Services for Public Libraries
Established1648
LocationAahus, Denmark &
Copenhagen, Denmark
Collection
Legal depositSince 1697
Other information
DirectorSvend Larsen
StaffApprox. 800
Websitewww.kb.dk/en

The merger came into effect on January 1, 2017.[1]

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