|LC Classifications||Z801.F78 L53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||79308880|
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These public bookshelves placed in the middle of the street contain both adult and childrens books, and you are free to open the glass door, take a book of your choice and leave a book you’ve already read. Details Address: Stein Frankfurt am Main Phone: +49 (0) Website: The Library's highest management body, the Administrative Council, was expanded to include two MPs from the Bundestag. The law also changed the name of the library and its buildings in Leipzig, Frankfurt am Main and Berlin to "Deutsche Nationalbibliothek" (German National Library). Open inside for computer use and book checkout. Monday: ; Tuesday-Thursday: ; ; Friday: Das Frobenius-Institut ist eine rechtlich eigenständige Forschungseinrichtung an der Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt. Es befasst sich weltweit mit der Erforschung kultureller Diversität und anthropologischen Kongruenzen in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Das Frobenius-Institut sieht seine Aufgaben darin, kulturanthropologisches Wissen zu erweitern und über den wissenschaftlichen Dialog einen.
Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St. and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, The library acquired both of these rare books thanks to Bernhard Brilling’s book bequest. Also of note is an volume edition of the Babylonian Talmud, published between and by Johann Kölner in Frankfurt am Main. Duplicates from the largest German philatelic club library at Frankfurt am Main: “Taunus-Library” Purchase of the library of Hans-Herrmann Mette. Probably the largest German private philatelic library at that time with ab different items. “Postal Museum” Purchase of a large portion of Post Office literature: Frankfurt am Main. Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr / Sa Uhr. Media in other languages: English, French, Russian, Spanish, Turkish Magazines and newspapers German and International. Hinweis: Der Besuch der Bibliothek und die Nutzung der Bestände vor Ort sind grundsätzlich kostenfrei. Note: The visit to the library and the use of stocks on.