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Gothenburg University Library

Coordinates: 57°41′44″N 11°59′07″E / 57.69555°N 11.98529°E / 57.69555; 11.98529

The Gothenburg University Library (Swedish: Göteborgs universitetsbibliotek) consists of ten separate libraries, including Learning Resource Centres. The Gothenburg University Library are one of the most frequented research libraries in Sweden, with 1.6 million visits per year. The Gothenburg University Library is a meeting place for students, teachers and researchers at the University of Gothenburg. Besides this, the Library is a cultural institution for the citizens of Gothenburg, as well as a knowledge and culture resource, open and accessible to the general public.

At Gothenburg University Library you can also find KvinnSam - National resource library for gender studies.


Åberg, Ellen (red.), Göteborgs universitetsbibliotek, Göteborgs universitetsbibliotek, Göteborg, 2009

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