On 9 December 2023, the National Library is offering visitors its surplus books in exchange for a small gesture benefiting the restoration of documents from its special collections.
The first three inventories of the music archive collections are now accessible online. These inventories specifically concern the Pierre Nimax sen., Jean-Pierre Kemmer and Lou Koster collections.
Due to maintenance works, the self-service return machines outside the library building and in the entrance hall will not be available from Monday, 27 November at 6.00 until Tuesday, 28 November at 10.00.
As part of the opening of the exhibition of the same name at Neimënster Abbey on 27 October 2023, the printmaking workshops Empreinte atelier de gravure a.s.b.l. and Atelier Bo Halbirk handed over the Pandora print portfolio to the BnL.
From today, users of the National Library will be able to access the entire journal.lu website free of charge. This new resource is added to the digital offer available since October 2020.
The conference brought together the national libraries of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Luxembourg, forming a collaborative platform for knowledge exchange within the German-speaking world.
We’ve taken a 3D scan of the space, allowing you to explore the documents and objects on display in an immersive way, without having to leave your home.