Data basis: 1.109.617 Digitized Works
Updated daily: Latest additions to the Digital Collections of the Bavarian State Library. Items online: 1,109,617
Please note BSB's reduced opening hours in August. Registration: 10,00–17,00, Reading Room Music, Maps and Images: 09,00–12,30, East European, Oriental and Asian Reading Room: 09,00–12,30. The main reading room will be open as usual from Mon-Sun, 8,00-24,00.
It has been almost 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church. Until 2017, the time of reformation will therefore be brought to life online. For this purpose, a large number of historical documents and eyewitness reports will be made available to public. It starts with Martin Luther's Bible edition (a copy of the State Library Coburg from 1541/1551).
The Bayerische Hochschulzeitung (Bavarian University Newspaper) was founded in 1919. It reported on major events of Bavarian universities, student life (especially in Munich) and on matters concerning the General Student Committees (AStA) in Bavaria.
The journal Sionsharfe ("Sions Harp") by Johann Martin Schleyer was devoted mainly to Catholic poetry and became the voice of the constructed language Volapük in 1879
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