Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, Naples
(4.2/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • My study days spend mostly in this magnificent library, awesome place, huge rooms for reading (the only downside are the chairs badly reduced), very friendly staff. I hope he can improve.
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  • Within the immense Royal Palace is this wonderful library in the ancient rooms of the Palace itself. Rooms painted and gilded stucco, huge wooden walls full of books. Beautiful reading rooms with free admission (on presentation of identity card). A beautiful place and available to all.
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  • The library is the third largest in Italy in size and amount of manuscripts, books, pamphlets and other publications (about 2,000,000). It was instituted in the late 18th century gathering the collections of other libraries (Palatine, Farnesiana, Cartesian, Jesuit Academy and of other monasteries and libraries). The current headquarters is in a wing of the Royal Palace and opened in 1927. Of great value the Fund Aosta donated by Helen of Orleans that in addition to collecting librarian has a collection of photographs and an ethnographic section of count Edward Lucchesi Palli and finally the workshop of the Herculaneum Papyri. Recommended the guided tour.
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  • This is lovely
  • I am fine studying here for exams. The only flaw is the fact that they do not allow to introduce original books. That at least release the permits with their data, as happens in university libraries, so that students do not get stuck!
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  • Great library!
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  • TO STUDY YOU ARE FINE
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  • Despite the environment rich in history and culture is intolerable the approximation with which the library is handled, since good enough until you get to the impossibility of accessing it with own books which, for a college student is really impractical.
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