You can integrate the contents of the Bavarian State Library, which are provided in the IIIF standard, directly into web offers via the APIs (Application Programming Interface) without having to download and maintain the data yourself.
Please note: Commercial use of our digital copies may be subject to approval and fees. For more information on usage and possible fees, please refer to our FAQ.
All the interfaces described in the following provide their responses with the
seeAlso key of a facsimile canvas in the manifest.
Example of an image file:
Example of an info.json file:
Underlying specification: https://iiif.io/api/image/2.1/
URL IIIF manifest:
Examples of a manifest:
Underlying specification: https://iiif.io/api/presentation/2.1/
URL top collection:
Underlying specification: https://iiif.io/api/presentation/2.1/#collection
Example of an OCR XML file:
Visit us on Github. There you can find opensource IIIF software developed by the MDZ.
The Bavarian Digital Repository (BDR) is developed to be a freely accessible interface for harvesting metadata about all digital representations produced by or in cooperation with the Bavarian State Library. BDR conforms to the OAI Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH).
The RSS feed of the Munich DigitiZation Center presents the 50 most recent additions to the Digital Collections in the order in which they are made available online.