I am an undergraduate student from Tallinn, Estonia. I am preparing to write my BA diploma and I am looking for all the possible information I can find on the…

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06.08.2003

I am an undergraduate student from Tallinn, Estonia. I am preparing to write my BA diploma and I am looking for all the possible information I can find on the topic I am writing about. The question is - Is it possible for a foreigner to visit Helsinki libraries with an aim to make photocopies (without lending books)? Is there a special entrance fee? Do I need to register? Thank you for your fast responce!

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06.08.2003
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06.08.2003

Everyone can visit Finnish public (and university) libraries. Library services are basically free, but for example overdued loans, printing and copying are charged for.

A library card is not necessary when visiting a library, and there is no entrance fee.

In Helsinki City Library printouts and photocopies cost 0,20€ each. You´ll find contact information in our website http://www.lib.hel.fi/english/ . Welcome to Helsinki City Library!

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