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Reading rooms

The University Library has reading rooms of various sizes, some of which are silent study areas. The Special Collections Reading Room is reserved for the reading of newspapers on microfilm, manuscripts, maps, fragile books, etc.

1st floor, north part.

  • 30 study places/booths

1st floor, south-west part.

Here you will find:

  • 12 study places/booths

Ground floor, north part. Silent study area.

  • 40 study places/booths

The Special Collections Reading Room
Basement, north-east part. Silent study area.

Open Monday–Friday 9:00 to 17:00 (NB See the Start page for limited opening hours).

  • 24 study places

Here you can study the following types of material:

  • all items printed before 1900
  • posters
  • images
  • daily newspapers
  • manuscripts and archives
  • maps
  • sheet music prints and musical scores
  • ephemera

Rules for Special Collections Reading Room

Ground floor, south-east part. Silent study area.

  • 32 study places

Ground floor, south-east part. Silent study area.

  • 41 study places
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