The Presidential Library was opened on May 27, 2009. It is a federal electronic storage of digital copies of the most important documents on the history, theory and practice of Russian statehood, Russian language, as well as a multimedia multifunctional (cultural, educational, research, information and analytical) status of the national library of Russia.
Located in the center of St. Petersburg in the historical building of the Synod, the Presidential Library has its structural units in Moscow (reserve center) and Tyumen (the branch in the Tyumen region) and has a developed infrastructure that includes electronic reading and exhibition halls, a conference hall, meeting rooms, a transformable multimedia complex, operating in the format of high definition television (HDTV), a television complex, digitization and storage centers for digital data, its own publishing and printing complex. The library, bibliographic, information-analytical, scientific research, scientific-information, methodical, cultural, educational activities of the institution are carried out on this technological basis.
3, Senate Square, St. Petersburg