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Reykjavik City Library, Grófin


A vibrant cultural center in your neighborhood, the Reykjavik City Library invites you to find books, events, knowledge, music, information, humor, films, and visual art.

Come meet new people, take part in events, view exhibitions, relax and enjoy yourself. Here you have a place to meet your friends, experience something new, skim through magazines, or kick back in a quiet corner. The library is also a comfortable place to study, host meetings or participate in various activities.

The library has a total of six branches in Reykjavik.

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