Katedra Hungarystyki

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Polski | English | Magyar | Suomi



Our library is located at ul. Browarna 8/10 in Warsaw, on the ground floor (room. 5).

Library manager: Halina Grzymska

Working hours:

  • Monday 9-1pm
  • Tuesday 9-6pm
  • Wednesday 10-5pm
  • Thursday 9-4.30pm
  • Friday 9-4.30pm
  • Saturday 10-2pm

Working hours in summer 2011:

  • Monday 9-1pm
  • Tuesday through Friday 9-4pm
  • 18.-29.7.2011 closed

Library resources

  • The library has a collection of approximately 40 thousand volumes, 160 periodical titles, 235 MA theses, video recordings and CD-ROMs. It includes old prints, library collections of the pre-war Hungarian Institute in Warsaw and 19th-century collections from Debrecen.

Access to the collections

  • The reading room is open to everyone. However, there is working space only for eight persons at a time.
  • There is a computer with a printer and internet access.
  • Books are lent out primarily to the students and staff of our department, but interlibrary loans are also possible.
  • Our collections consist predominantly of foreign languages publications (in Hungarian, Finnish, Estonian, Russian, German, English and French). However, there is also a large collection in Polish.

The library collects books and periodicals from various subject fields, including:

  • Linguistics
  • Literature studies
  • History
  • Cultural studies
  • Ethnography
  • Geography
  • Polish-Hungarian, Polish-Finnish and Polish-Estonian Relations,
  • Bibliographies
  • Dictionaries
  • Learning materials for Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian.


  • Alphabetical
  • Subject-related
  • Periodicals
  • MA theses

Useful Links

National Library of Poland: http://www.bn.org.pl

National Library of Estonia: http://www.nlib.ee/

National Library of Finland: http://www.kansalliskirjasto.fi/

National Library of Hungary: http://www.oszk.hu

Warsaw University Library : http://www.buw.uw.edu.pl

Tartu University Library: http://www.utlib.ee/index.php

Helsinki University Library: http://www.helsinki.fi/helka

Eötvös Loránd University Library in Budapest: http://www.konyvtar.elte.hu/



Created with financial support

from EU Erasmus Programme.