University library "St. Kliment Ohridski"

Photo Exhibition Dedicated to the 135th Anniversary of the University Library “St. Kliment Ohridski”, presented in the City of Burgas

The branch of Sofia University in the city of Burgas is hosting the photo exhibition “The University Library through the Lens of Two Photographers”. The exhibited 20 panels depict the past and the present of the Sofia University Library. The old black and white photographs are by Bozhidar Karastoyanov (1903-1956), …

The Movie “Encounters with Architectural Modernism: University Library” is Now Available on the Official Library Video Channel

The fifth movie from the “Encounters with Architectural Modernism” series presents the University Library “St. Kliment Ohridski”. The Mono Collective released the film production with the financial support of the Capital Program “Culture”, Capital Municipality. The premiere of the movie took place in the Main Reading Room of the University …

In the period 30.11.2023 – 30.11.2024, the University Library will provide a trial access to the Project Syndicate platform

Project Syndicate (PS) is an international non-profit news media that publishes commentary and analysis on a wide-range of global issues by prominent political leaders, politicians, academics, business leaders and civil society activists. Access to the analysis and articles published in the online PS Quarterly magazine is also included.

“Samples of Art Bookbinding from the 16th to the 21st Century”

The Sofia University Library celebrates its 135th anniversary with a new permanent exhibition “Samples of Art Bookbinding from the 16th to the 21st Century. The aim of the exhibition is to present bookbinding through representative samples from the University Library collections. The exhibition shows the historical development of bookbinding, and …

In the period 20.11 – 31.12.2023 the University Library provide a trial access to the Statista database

Statista is one of the largest statistical and market data platforms in the world. It provides access to more than 1.5 million statistics, reports, forecasts, surveys, infographics and studies on 80,000 topics from over 22,500 sources. Access is available through devices connected to the University’s internet network.