The Danish Royal Library is the national library of Denmark, founded in 1648 by King Frederik III. The library holds all
works printed in Denmark since the 17th century and nearly every Danish book ever written, dating back to the first Danish
book printed in 1482. The Danish Royal Library is the largest library among the Nordic countries. Many significant works,
including the correspondence of Hans Christian Anderson and historical maps of the Polar Region, are held here. Holdings also
include the Arnamagnæan Manuscript Collection, named for Icelandic scholar Arnas Magnæan, who dedicated much of his life
collecting manuscripts from Iceland, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden until his death in 1730.
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