Հայաստանի Ազգային Գրադարան / National Library of Armenia

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 72 Teryan St, Yerevan 0009, Armenia


+37460 623513, +37460 623515



Dr. Anna Chulyan


Alexander Tamanyan

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The National Library of Armenia is a national public library in Yerevan, Armenia. It was founded in 1832 as part of the state gymnasium-school of Yerevan. It is the official cultural deposit for the entire republic.

The current building of the library dating back to 1939, is on Teryan street of Kentron district. It was designed by architect Alexander Tamanyan to house around seven million books. Between 1925 and 1990, the library was named after Aleksandr Myasnikyan.

Currently, the library is home to a collection of 6.6 million books.


National Library of Armenia adopts international DAISY formatting standards for creating accessible school textbooks

The cooperation of the Accessible Books Consortium and the National Library of Armenia piloted school textbooks that are formatted according to DAISY standards for digital talking books for people who are blind or have a print disability.

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