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The first Russian printed newspaper, Vedemosti. St.-Petersburg, 1724


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The first Russian printed newspaper, Vedomosti. St.-Petersburg, 1724, Moscow, 1704 The library's stock of newspapers includes thou sands of different titles which appeared in places across the vast Russia Empire and later the Soviet Union. Practically the same can be said of the periodicals, the rich spectrum of which reflects the many shades of Russian public life over the course of two centuries. The specialist stocks occupy a place of their own among the library's treasures.
The first Russian printed newspaper, Vedemosti. St.-Petersburg, 1724.

Among them are the collection of Russian and foreign cartographic publications which embraces more than 170,000 maps and atlases, the collection of photographs of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a unique collection of handwritten scores, published music, collections of Russian and European engravings, Russian lubok prints. ex libris, contemporary prints and posters. Khudozhestvennye sokrovishcha Rossii (Artstic treasures of Russia), a monthly antologiy, 1901-07
Khudozhestvennye sokrovishcha Rossii (Artistic treasures of Russia), a monthly anthology, 1901-07

 



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