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The Library for Foreign Literature (LFL), originally known as the Neo-Philological Library, was founded by Margarita I. Rudomino in 1921. It opened its doors to the public in April 1922. In 1924, the Neo-Philological Library became the Library for Foreign Literature.

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NewsSeptember, 30th
Inostranka Signed Agreement on Cooperation with National Library of Tajikistan
Short-term plans for furthering the intercultural cooperation, preserving the common historical memory and promoting the Russian language were discussed at the international conference ‘Three Decades of Partnerships of the CIS Libraries: Reference Points and Development Strategies’ hosted by the National Library of the Republic of Tajikistan on 30 September, 2021.
100 Years — Anniversary
“Inostranka” opened a scientific and practical conference "Book monuments in the aspect of preservat
Russian and foreign experts gathered to discuss current trends in the development of Russian and world methods, materials and technologies, as well as issues related to research, preservation, restoration and promotion of book cultural heritage.
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