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Country: Croatia

Description: Public Library "Don Michael Pavlinović" is located in a completely renovated areas of city houses. Senior citizens building Libraries also called DOMLJAN house, according to its original owners, a prominent urban families Domljan. Family first president of the Croatian Parliament Dr. Zarko Domljan after moving to Zagreb sold the house built in the late 1932.god. to Imotski town. Although written information about the architect and the exact year of construction of the house, no, it is assumed that the built in 30-ies, and Dr. Domljan accurately assumed that this was the year mentioned. Since 2001. The Ministry of Culture funded the restoration DOMLJAN home for library. Until then, the building has housed several unorganized urban institutions and associations. The main investor is Imotski Public Library. The project, now incorporates a full library service to citizens. From borrowing books, reading room, Internet service to their pupils in spaces reserved for them for a few hours. Renovated library building that is more important buildings and because Imotski until 2006. had not had any independent institution, public library. The library was only one department other cultural institutions in the City. Through the efforts of the present director of the PhD. Mary Jovic library is independent, and is the holder of all cultural events in the City.

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Type of library: Metropolitan

Population served: Between 10.000 and 100.000

Current library programs:
  • Activities for children and young adults
  • Activities for seniors
  • Exhibitions
  • Reading promotion
Activities you want to do with your sister library:
  • Exchange of ideas and expertise
  • Exchange of resources

Languages spoken by staff: Croatian

Languages spoken by patrons: Croatian

Preferred countries for cooperation: Switzerland or Belgium

Searching partners for European program: No

Participating in any European Union program: No

Searching partners for European program: No

Participating in any European Union program: No