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The National Library of Ireland was established in 1877 by the Dublin Science and Art Museum Act. It is located in Dublin and presently The Minister for Arts, Sport & Tourism is responsible for it. The library is free for all; anyone can use the library for consultation for material not otherwise available through the public library system. The National Library of Ireland does not lend books so reading can only be done in the different reading rooms of the library.




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