The nature of Azerbaijan and all

other infrastructure existed in

Azerbaijan enables tourists to

come to our country.

Heydar Aliyev

 

 

 

 

Libraries

Nearly 250 libraries - the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic Library named after M.S.Ordubadi, the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic Children’s Library named after A.Babayev, the Electron Library of Nakhchivan State University, the Electron Library ANAS Nakhchivan Department, 8 centralized library systems and 224 branch libraries within them act in the cities and regions of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic.

THE NAKHCHIVAN AUTONOMOUS REPUBLIC LIBRARY NAMED AFTER M.S.ORDUBADI

As well as other regions of Azerbaijan, public libraries and reading-rooms have formed during long historical period in Nakhchivan. In 1922, Nakhchivan City Library was created by the People’s Commissariat of Enlightenment, and in 1930, The Library of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republicin was established the base of this library. In order to increase the interest to the book, in 1933, a reading-room was arranged at the Republic Library, mobile library which organised by the library covered Nakhchivan and other regions. In 1953, Library of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic has been named by the founder of historical novel genre in Azerbaijan literature and a great writer Mammad Said Ordubadi. In 2007, The Library of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic named by M.S.Ordubadi was automatized due to the modernized library, connected to the internet and  supplied with 20 computers set. The library, having 300 000 circulation of books and journals, has got around 18000 readers. The library has the assembly hall for 50 seats, the periodical press hall for 30 seats, the computer internet hall for 10 people. In the library, there are examples of literatures in Azerbaijani, Russian, Turkish, English, German, French, Persian, and other languages.

In recent years, the cultural growth of the Autonomous Republic had an impact on libraries, the libraries in the Autonomous Republic including The Library of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic named after M.S.Ordubadi are covered with care by the state. The Chairman of the Supreme Assembly of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic signed a resolution “about the 90th anniversary of the library of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic named after M.S.Ordubadi” on 19 April, 2012. In accordance with paragraph 3 of the “Action Plan” approved by the order, The Electron Library was created.


Address:  Nakhchivan city,  Ataturk street.

Tel:   (+994 36)  545-03-50;  545-03-49

 

 

THE NAKHCHIVAN AUTONOMOUS REPUBLIC CHILDREN'S LIBRARY NAMED AFTER A.BABAYEV

It was established on the basis of the Nakhchivan City Children’s Library in 1960. The library having 161111 published issues in its fund has got 8576 readers. Two reading halls act in the library.

Address:  Nakhchivan city, Babek str. 

Tel:   (+994 36)  545-48-03; 545-43-38

 

 

 

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