The American Library in Paris is the largest English-language library on the European continent. Started with the purpose to serve soldiers in World War I, the Library’s rich history spans across nearly 100 years. The ALP is loaded with resources, including its wonderful staff, study rooms, research rooms, books, magazines, newspapers, archives, children’s room, teen mezzanine, and even an espresso machine.

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