A new library has been opened within the Elsa Morante Cultural Center of the . The thirty-ninth venue of the Rome public library system was inaugurated in a territory that lacked this kind of facilities. About 1000 square meters of space dedicated to study, reception, media library and newspaper library, as well as an area for children and young people and a pavilion for meetings, workshops and screenings. A unique project that collects and gives back to the city numerous ways of experiencing culture, reading and the community.
The Laurentina Library has been designed paying special attention to children and young people, who are thus guaranteed access to new cultural services and a green space redeveloped. An innovative element is the collection of the library's library heritage, also represented by the writers of the nineteenth and twentieth century who give the name to most of the streets in the area. From Morante to Silone, from Woolf, Joyce, Kafka, Gadda, up to Levi and Buzzati. There is no shortage of topics related to philosophy and the environment, literature, theater, music, cinema and the arts. With a library of about 3000 documents, a selected collection of newspapers and magazines, the Library also includes a large study room of 50 seats, internet stations for free navigation, available to consult the catalog.