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Inguimbertine Library
Bibliothèque Inguimbertine
Map
44°3′21″N 5°2′56″E / 44.05583°N 5.04889°E / 44.05583; 5.04889
LocationCarpentras, France
TypeLibrary
Established1735
Collection
Size220,000 books
A room in the Bibliothèque Inguimbertine

The Bibliothèque Inguimbertine is a scholarly library located in Carpentras. It was established by Joseph-Dominique d'Inguimbert [fr], the Bishop of Carpentras from 1735 to 1754. It has been called "the oldest of our municipal libraries" by current chief librarian Jean-François Delmas. It currently contains about 220,000 books.[1]

Collection Peiresc

The library is known to bibliophiles all over France and is scheduled to move into roomier quarters in the former Hôtel-Dieu in 2013.[2] Which has been done.

References

  1. ^ "Tourist Attractions in Carpentras, France". PlanetWare. Archived from the original on 2012-06-06.
  2. ^ Wieder, Thomas (2009-08-13). "Un cabinet de curiosités à Carpentras (4/5)". Le Monde.fr (in French). Retrieved 2018-11-09.

Further reading

44°03′21″N 5°02′56″E / 44.05583°N 5.0488°E / 44.05583; 5.0488


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