European Libraries Receive Copies of Leyli and Majnun

European Libraries Receive Copies of Leyli and Majnun

The copies of the book Leyli and Majnun by Azerbaijan’s greatest poet Nizami Ganjavi in German translation due to the announcement of 2021 as a “Year of Nizami Ganjavi” have been distributed among the European libraries listed below.

The author of the foreword to the book, with elegant illustrations, is Rustam Aliyev, a well-known scientist-researcher of Nizami’s creativity, and the editor is a renowned German publisher Hans-Jürgen Maurer.

 

 

 


Austrian National Library;

University of Graz Library

Public Library at Zemmering Tourism School;

Alpbach Library;

Vienna Public Library;

Liechtenstein State Library;

Library of the University of Luxembourg;

Library of the German Orient-Institute;

Celle City Library;

Frankfurt Public Library;

Buxtehude Public Library;

Erfurt City Library;

Essen Public Library;

Hattingen Public Library;

Ansbach Public Library;

Ulm City Library;

Crailsheim City Library;

Gross-Umstadt City Library;

Darmstadt University Library;

Wolfsburg City Library;

Ingolstadt Public Library;

Eichstedt Public Library;

Braunschweig City Library;

Stendhal Public Library;

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Library;

Esslingen Public Library;

Offenbach City Library;

Aachen City Library;

Duisburg Central Library;

Fulda Central Library;

Zült Library;

Ukermünde City Library;

Bergen Public Library;

Koblenz Library;

Kassel University Library;

Heinrich Haines City Public Library;

New Brandenburg Regional Library;

Wuppertal Central Library;

Bielefeld City Library;

Kaiserslautern Public Library;

Lübeck City Library;

Lüneburg Public Library;

Saarland University Library;

Osnabrück University Library;

Leverkusen Public Library;

Bremerhaven City Library;

German National Library;

Frankfurt University Library;

Weimar Public Library;

Baden City Library;

Trier University Library;

Rhine High School Library;

Chemnitz Public Library;

Tsinnovist Library;

Württemberg State Library in Stuttgart;

Istanbul-German Orient-Institute Library;

Bischofsheim Library.

 

 

 

 

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