Russian state library

Vozdvizhenka, 3/5, Moscow
The Russian State Library (FSBI RSL) is the national library of the Russian Federation, the largest public library in Russia and continental Europe and one of the largest libraries in the world.
It was founded on June 19, 1862.
Within the walls of the Russian State Library is a unique collection of domestic and foreign documents in 367 languages ​​of the world.
The volume of all funds exceeds 47.4 million storage units (as of January 1, 2020), of which about three million especially valuable publications and other documents.
Source: library site.