The public special library of the Avicenna Institute of Middle Eastern Studies, located in Piliscsaba, collects and maintains books mostly on Arabic and Islamic studies, partially about Iranian studies, as well as books related to the history and culture of Eastern Christianity. As of 2016, the holdings of the library were approximately 15,000 volumes.
The library is a non-circulating public special library, freely available onsite. It can be visited during opening hours.
The library is situated in the building of the Iosephinum Dormitory (link: http://www.iosephinum.hu/). The building is closed to the wider public, therefore visiting requests are to be registered with the librarian via previous e-mail(s) or phone call(s).
The library’s digital catalogue is under development. While it is being completed, the digital catalogue is only accessible in the library. If you have inquiries, please contact the librarian.