The Italian Library is located in Canberra, the National Library and the largest library in Australia. There are many precious documents and books, many documents about the founding of Australia, to understand the best place in Australia, but also many valuable science and technology books, science and technology enthusiasts'paradise.
The National Library of Australia is situated on the shore of Lake Griffin, with a hillside lake on its back, and the surrounding area is very empty. Because of the sparse population, the distance between the buildings is relatively wide! ________ It is said that there are more than 5 million books, including Captain Cook's manuscript, which is one of the world's famous libraries. There is a small coffee bar and book bar in the lobby. You can read while drinking coffee. Besides books, there are also some special bookmarks, star films, travel picture books and other accessories in the bookstore. You can't bring bags and cameras into the library, so you don't take many pictures! Because of the working relationship, I visited the Chinese library collection and saw many pictures and books of Grandpa Mao, Grandpa Zhou and other older revolutionaries, as well as declarations, local journals and ancient books, which opened my eyes. The library is very powerful, very good and worth visiting!
The National Library of Australia (NLA) in Canberra, the capital, was formerly the Federal Parliament Library established in 1901. At that time, the Library of Congress was set up in Melbourne, the seat of the Australian Federal Parliament, as an example of the Library of Congress. At the beginning of its establishment, the collection of books was mainly supported by the Victorian State Public Library and the State Council Library. In 1905, the Dewey decimal classification system was adopted; the copyright law passed in 1912 ensured the library's status as a submission book; and in 1914, 33 volumes of Australian historical archives were published. It was officially named the Library of the Federal Parliament in 1923 and moved to Canberra in 1927 with the completion of the Federal Parliament Building. Its main purpose is to serve the Parliament. It also provides reference services and bibliographic services for various government departments and academic institutions. Canberra residents began lending in 1930 and collecting recordings and films; London Liaison Office was established in 1944. After World War II, with the economic prosperity, Australian libraries have developed rapidly. The collection has increased and the scope of service has expanded. The National Bibliographic Center was established in 1956, and the Library Advisory Committee of the Federal Parliament proposed the establishment of a national library, which was embodied in the National Library Act promulgated in 1960. Under the Act, the Federal Parliament allocated funds in 1966 for the construction of appropriate libraries, and in August 1968 the National Library, situated on Lake Berligriffin in Canberra, was officially opened. In 1970, the Music Group was established; in 1976, it began to investigate the feasibility of online catalogue in Australia; in 1978, it compiled the Australian machine-readable catalogue; and in 1981, the Australian Bibliographic Network was ready to be implemented and formed the National Bibliographic database.
During the holidays, the library was really quiet. The Barr Smith Library of Adelaide University is the largest library in South Australia, named after Robert Barr Smith, an early sponsor of Adelaide University. Come to the library and see if you have any books you like.
Located on the shore of Lake Griffin, it is a Roman-style modern building with 44 cross-shaped white marble pillars surrounded by thousands of weather. It is Australia's largest library with 4 million books, more than 100,000 journals and newspapers from all over the world, as well as maps, photos, films and rare books.