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Deichmanske bibliotek / Oslo Public Library, Main Branch

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Deichman is Oslo's public library and consists of a main library and 16 other branches.

At the main library in the city centre you will find a rich collection of books in many languages​​, as well as departments for children and youth, non-fiction, audio books, newspapers, magazines and computers with internet access.

Deichman has local libraries in many of Oslo's suburbs: Bjerke, Bøler, Bjørnholt, Furuset, Gamle Oslo, Grünerløkka, Holmlia, Lambertseter, Majorstuen, Nordtvet, Oppsal, Romsås, Røa, Smestad, Stovner and Torshov.

Hours

Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sat
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Transportation


Bus No.33/37/46 > Apotekergata Tram No.11/17/18 > Tinghuset
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Deichmanske bibliotek / Oslo Public Library, Main Branch

Deichman is Oslo's public library and consists of a main library and 16 other branches. At the main library in the city centre you will find a rich...

Deichmanske bibliotek / Oslo Public Library, Main Branch

Source: Visitnorway

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