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Dear users!

From November 16, 2020 to January 15, 2021, the Library for Young Adults receives visitors only by a prior registration in the reduced service schedule: Monday – Friday: 12:00 – 20:00; Saturday and Sunday: closed. The last Friday of each month is a sanitary day.

Please note: the registration is made by users via the online form. To enter the library premises, you will need an "event" ticket (in our case: for visiting the library). Please be sure to show it in electronic or printed form to library staff.

Visitors can use library rooms and facilities only in compliance with the requirements of sanitary and epidemiological safety. You can return books at any time using the outdoor book return station.

All public events, lectures, club meetings and workshops are in an online mode again.

About Us
The Russian State Library for Young Adults (RSLYA) is the largest dedicated young adult library in Russia and one of the eight Russian federal-level libraries. All citizens aged 14 or older can visit the library.

The library was founded in 1966 as a young adult branch of the State Public Historical Library. Its founder and first director was Ms. Irina Bakhmutskaya. Since 2006 Ms. Irina Mikhnova has been the director.

RSLYA’s collection consists of 900 000 materials, including over 650 000 books and magazines (500 titles). Library users have access to over 1000 audiobooks on CDs and DVDs, 400 films, 35 000 vinyl records, 36 000 musical scores.

All visitors have access to internet resources and e-libraries (over 1 million materials) both from library computers and from personal laptops thanks to the free Wi-Fi.

Rooms & Facilities



4 build. 1 B. Cherkizovskaya Moscow 107061
Tel: +7 499 922-66-77
Fax: +7 499 161-01-01
Our Branch: Nosov’s Mansion
12 build. 1 Elektrozavodskaya Moscow 107023
Tel: +7 495 964-01-01
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