Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018

Italian national libraries to receive 6.6 million euros


Rome, November 5 - Italian national libraries will
receive an extra 6.6 million euros to shore up their security
and structural integrity, announced Italian Culture Minister
Lorenzo Ornaghi in Rome on Monday.
"Even though it is a critical moment for public
resources…(national public libraries) remain a central element
and a strategic factor for the entire Italian cultural system,"
Ornaghi said.
The libraries slated to receive upgrades include the
Girolamini library in Naples, which made headlines last May for
the theft of hundreds of antique books and manuscripts from its
shelves and led to the arrest of five suspects, including the
library's prestigious director.
The Central National Library of Rome, the Central National
Library of Florence, the Marciana Library of Venice and the
Turin Royal Library are also among the 20 or so libraries
destined to benefit.

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