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Samara region Universal Scientific Library

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Samara Regional Universal Scientific Library - a library of universal profile, one of the ten largest libraries in the Russian Federation. Located in the city of Samara in Samara region in two buildings. Is the recipient of legal deposit of all printed materials of the Samara region. Is a subordinate agency of the Ministry of Culture of the Samara Region

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