The German Library of the Goethe-Institute was opened 5.11.1998.
The German Library (GL) in Pilsen, a partner library of the Goethe-Institute, is, along with the English and Austrian libraries, part of the Foreign Libraries section of the Education and Research Library of the Pilsen Region. The Goethe-Institute participated in the establishment of the library and supplied the start-up stock, which the Education and Research Library of the Pilsen Region has loaned on a long-term basis. At present the stock of the GL continues to be supplemented on a regular basis with materials from the Goethe-Institute. The library is an independent workplace of the Education and Research Library of the Pilsen Region, which is responsible for its operation. The entire stock of the GL is accessible via the electronic catalogue; all services are governed by the Library Regulations of the SVK PK.
For applications and issuing of user cards, visit the SVK PK building entrance hall at Smetanovy sady 2, during opening hours.
- DVD and video player for watching films onsite
- audio technology for listening to audio books and music
- information on language examinations and Goethe-Institute courses
- together with the Goethe-Institute Prague we organise exhibitions, film shows or authorial readings in the library
- hiring the video room – price líst
Other onsite services available to users are:
- internet access
- access to the German Library catalogue
- copying facilities
- information service
- foreign database
These onsite services are offered in the calm and cosy surroundings of a historical building, where you can spend a pleasant while over a book or the daily press.
For further information please phone: + 420 377 329 533.
The Goethe-Institute is the largest organisation promoting the German language and culture abroad. It runs 149 cultural organisations in 92 countries around the world. These organisations prepare cultural programmes, organise German language courses, support teachers, universities and government offices in arranging German language courses, as well as providing up-to-date information about Germany. Certificates issued on the basis of Goethe-Institute examinations are acknowledged worldwide as proof of knowledge of the German language.
Further information about the Goethe-Institute as well as topical articles about politics and culture, society, education and science in Germany, is available at http://www.goethe.de/prag.