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Biblioteka Karlovacke gimnazije
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Biblioteka Karlovačke gimnazije je najstarija školska biblioteka kod Srba. Osnovana je iste godine kada i gimnazija i danas poseduje oko 18.000 knjiga. Darodavci ove biblioteke bili su uglavnom direktori Gimnazije, profesori, bivši đaci, dobrotvori, patroni, naučna društva i ustanove, knjižari i izdavači. Među najvrednije knjige svakako spadaju fototipsko izdanje “Miroslavljevog jevanđelja”, “Četvorojevanđelje” iz Mrkšine crkve (1562), “Služabnik” Vićenca Vukovića iz 1554, zatim dela Zaharija Orfelina, prva izdanja Dositeja Obradovića, Vuka Karadžića, Branka Radičevića, “Istorija” Jovana Rajića i mnoge druge.

Izvor: Turisticka Organizacija Sremskih Karlovaca

Autor: Panorame Srbije

Copyright: Saša Stojanović
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Chargée: 06/03/2011
Mis à jour: 18/09/2014
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Tags: srem; sremski; karlovci; biblioteka; library; gimnazija; srbija; serbia
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