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Gerðuberg Culture Centre

A lively operation has been run in Gerðuberg since 1983. In early 2015 the Gerðuberg Cultural Centre merged with The Reykjavik City Library, resulting in The Reykjavik City Library | Gerðuberg Culture House. At that time, the library’s other branches were renamed in a similar fashion.

Gerðuberg runs an extensive operation: a library, a variety of events and exhibitions, an event space rental, café, and community centre. The library is very bright and spacious. It offers fantastic facilities for all ages and has a great selection of books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, and other library items, in Icelandic and other languages.  


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