Thousands of printed and manuscript texts, maps, art objects are freely available in VU Library’s Digital Collections website. It provides the opportunity to browse and search for digitized documents from the rare books, manuscripts, graphics or photography collections, dedicated for studies, research and cultural education.
The heritage collections of VU Library can be seen remotely, as well. When visiting virtual exhibitions, you will have the opportunity to not only see the unique documents but also listen to unexpected sounds or even take a walk around one of the most magnificent halls of VU Library: https://biblioteka.vu.lt/en/resources/virtual-exhibitions.
Rare Books Division contains about 160,000 collected documents mainly in the 15th-21st century chronological interval. It is the largest depository of old prints in Lithuania whose stacks and significance rival those of the most famous libraries of Eastern Europe.
More information can be found at https://biblioteka.vu.lt/en/resources/rare-books
Manuscripts Division stores 338,957 various documents in Lithuanian, Latin, Polish, Chancery Slavonic, Russian, German, English, Hebrew and other languages from between the 13th and 21st centuries. They are divided into 336 archival stacks of greater or lesser volume.
More information can be found at https://biblioteka.vu.lt/en/resources/manuscripts