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Narodowa bibliotek w Katarze (20)

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Stuart Hamilton, Deputy Executive Director of the Qatar National Library, walks in the library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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Stuart Hamilton, Deputy Executive Director of the Qatar National Library, gives an interview with AFP at the library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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Stuart Hamilton, Deputy Executive Director of the Qatar National Library, poses for a picture during an interview with AFP at the library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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Women browse for books at the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A youth works while seated at a table with a toddler inside the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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People use the reading area of the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A woman walks through the aisles of the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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People walk through the aisles of the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A woman walks through the aisles of the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A woman chooses books at the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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Men work together at a table inside the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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This picture taken on May 19, 2019 shows a view of the interior of the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A man uses a laptop while seated at the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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People visit the interior of the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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This picture taken on May 19, 2019 shows a view of the interior of the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A woman works on a latpop at a table inside the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A girl and a boy use a giant interactive display screen at the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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This picture taken on May 19, 2019 shows a view of the interior of the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A woman walks with an infant at the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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A man browses for books at the Qatar National Library in the capital Doha on May 19, 2019. - The Gulf's largest book collection, Qatar's National Library is one-year-old and has enhanced ties with libraries outside the region as the anti-Doha boycott drags on while also wooing younger readers. With over one million books and 500,000 digital editions, the library, located in Doha's Education City, is the largest in the Middle East. However, Dubai hopes to have 1.5 million volumes in the under-construction Mohammed bin Rashid Library when it opens. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP)
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