The Latvian National Library (LNL), otherwise know as the "Palace of Light," will finally be open to the public starting Thursday, June 12, as the director of LNL, Andris Vilks, said at the press conference dedicated to the final inspection and opening, reports LETA.
Visitors will have access to all seven floors for four days.
From June 12-15, the event titled "Cascades" will be held, and Vilks said that this will inform visitors about all the services that LNL offers.
Starting June 17, visitors will have access to books on the mezzanine between the 2nd and 3rd floors.
Minister of Culture Dace Melbarde (All for Latvia! - For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK) said that she was grateful that the "most complicated, largest and beautiful culture building is finally fully functional."
She said she hopes that the LNL will strengthen its role as a symbol of Latvia's freedom and a national education center and a center for excellence.
The Grand Opening for the "Palace of Light" will be held on Aug. 29. Until then, preparations will be carried out in order to provide visitors with the full register of services.