National library of Ukraine

Vernadsky Library

(Kiev, Ukraine) The biggest library of Ukraine. Gathers the phonographic archives of the Jewish folklore collected by Moshe Beregowski.

The National Library V.I. Vernadsky of Ukraine is the general scientific library and the main scientific and technical resource center in Ukraine, one of the biggest libraries in the world. It is situated in Kiev.

It contains the phonographic archives of the Jewish folklore collected by Moshe Beregowski.
It is one of the biggest collections in the world of audio recordings of the Jewish musicakl folklore.
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