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.Learn more
- Rudomino Academy
- Iberoamerican Cultural Center
- Cultural Center "Francothèque"
- Pearson Learning Studio Center
- American Cultural Center
- Center for Cultural and Educational Programs
- Center of Slavic Cultures
- Azerbaijani Cultural Center
- The Institute for Literary Translation
- Department of Japanese Culture "Japan Foundation"
- Center for Сhildren’s Books and Programmes for Children
- Professional Preservation and Conservation Center
- Center for Interdisciplinary Research
- Center for Rare Books and Collections “Gutenberg Universe”