Biblioteca di Agraria - Milano Biblioteca di Agraria Biblioteca di Agraria - Milano

Library of Agriculture
Via Celoria, 2 - 20123 Milano
Tel. 02.50316428 - Fax. 02.50316427
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday 9:00 - 18:00 and Friday 9:00 -17:00
Library Director :  Angelo Bozzola 

The Library of Agriculture holds  a collection of about fifty-eight  thousand volumes (books and  magazines). The collection originated from the Library of the Royal Institute of Agriculture which, in the early decades of the last century carried out activities similar to those of  the current Faculty of Agriculture: it is therefore possible to find  many works of that period, which may be useful for historical research.
The subject areas covered are agronomy, engineering and hydraulic agriculture, animal husbandry.

The Library offers the services of book loan, research help, data base and on-line resources access, document delivery and  inter-library loan to all students, teaching and non-teaching staff  of the Universities of Milan, Bicocca  and Insubria.
External users can access daily loan

124 seats are available in the Reading Rooms, fully equipped with open shelves, electric plugs and a free wi-fi connection (eduroam).
For any information: send an email to the Library. 

How to reach us:

- by underground:
take the Green Line (n. 2)  till the  undeground stop Piola; exit in via D'Ovidio, cross Piazza Leonardo da Vinci to via Celoria;

- by bus or tram stops:
Line 11 or  23,   Leonardo da Vinci
Line  61,  Botticelli / Colombo;
Line  90/91,  Romagna / Pascoli;
Line  93,   Ponzio / Celoria.

- by car:
from the outer  ring road,  reach Viale Romagna, turn  into  via Pascoli and continue  until the beginning of  via Celoria.
Exit Milan eastern bypass road , at  Lambrate or Forlanini ramp,  go down town direction  until you reach the outer ring road , from this point follow the previous route.

Inside the Faculty cross the entrance hall, enter the court yard and go straight to the bottom end of the alley, on the right you can find the Library entrance. 

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