Munich Digitization Center

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Munich Digitization Center
TypeDigital library
Items collectedmanuscripts, early prints, modern books, maps and photographic collections, etc.
Size484,388 (March 2011)
Access and use
Access requirementsFree online access

Munich Digitization Center (German Das Münchener Digitalisierungszentrum (MDZ)) is an institution dedicated to digitalization, Online publication and the long-term archival preservation of the holdings of the Bavarian State Library and other cultural heritage institutions. It was founded in 1997 under the leadership of Mark Brantl. It operates as a unit of the Bavarian State Library.

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