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The Vsevolozhsk Central Library named after Yu.G. Slepukhin

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VSEVOLOZHSK TOWN CENTRAL LIBRARY named after Y. G. Slepukhin (Vsevolozhsk Town, 27 Vsevolozhsksky Prospekt). Opened in 1908, with V. I. Serdyuk, priest of the Church of the Holy Trinity, among its founders. After suffering the fire in 1909 was reopened in 1918 and worked during the years of the Great Patriotic War. Since 1977 the library has been in charge of centralized library network integrating the district libraries. In 2005 the library was named after the writer Y. G. Slepukhin. Its general-purpose fund numbers over 20,000 storage units. The library admits 3,500 readers annually, with 66,000 borrowings a year. Among its priority activities is regional studies. The library staff developed a full-text CD encyclopedia “Vsevolozhsk – istoriya i sovremennost’” (Vsevolozhsk Town – the Past and the Present), which is one of the first in its kind in the Leningrad Oblast. Now they are collecting materials for Toponymic Endyclopedia for Vsevolozhsk District.

Blyudova, Lyudmila Konstantinovna

Serdyuk, V.I.
Slepukhin, Yury Grigoryevich

Leningrad Oblast, the/Vsevolozhsk District/Vsevolozhsk Town/Vsevolozhsksky Prospekt

Солохин Н.Д., Венцель И.В. Всеволожск. Путешествие в прошлое. СПб., 2005., С.46,72

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The Church of the Holy Trinity (Vsevolozhsk Town)

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