Moscow State University has a unique diversified library, the collections of which include more than 10 million copies. The Moscow State University Library was founded in 1755 and is the oldest public library in Russia. The library is the obligatory recipient of copies of all publications printed in Russia. The archives of the library contain more than 50 private collections of prominent people who worked in the field of culture and science, as well as university professors. The library complex includes the Main Library of Moscow State University and departments at the faculties.
Founded in: 1755
Address: Russia, Moscow, 27 Lomonosovsky Prospect