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The National University Library (Biblioteca nazionale universitaria in Italian) in Turin is one of the country's main libraries.
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It was founded in 1720 as the Royal University Library by Victor Amadeus II, who unified collections from the library of the University of Turin and from the library of the Dukes of Savoy. It was renamed as the National Library in 1872, after Italian unification.
In 1904 a fire destroyed thousands of books and manuscripts from the library. It was bombed in December 1942.
At present time it owns over 763,833 books, 1,095 periodicals and 1,600 incunabula.
Via Carlo Alberto 3, Turin
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