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The municipal libraries serve 11,150 documents every month (24/02/2012)

The library not only be for books, but also for CDs, deuvedés, computer games or reading newspapers and magazines.

Proof of this is that Cartagena municipal libraries already exceed eleven thousand loans a month, according to the report of management that has released this department of the Culture Department.

Specifically, the Municipal Network Library provides 11,150 documents every month, reaching 133,798 in 2011 to the annual documents, including books, CDs and DVDs.

Another important fact is that 61.37% of Cartagena are regular readers, especially the segment of the population between 36 and 50.

The books most commonly sued last year was the time between seams Maria Dueñas, with 328 loans; Falling gigandes by Ken Follett, with 255 loans, Tell me who I am by Julia Navarro, with 252 loans and the trilogy of The yellow eyes of the crocodiles in Katherine Pancol, with 399 loans.

As for children's libraries, which are read more go to children under seven years.

The data show that 17,550 loans were made ​​to children.

The most requested volumes are related to the characters Caillou, Pocoyo and SpongeBob.

The Municipal Library Network consists of the headquarters is in the center of the city as well as the Pearl Neighborhood, Well Strait, Estate of Santa Ana, Los Dolores, La Manga, La Aljorra and La Palma.

In 2011 the premises were 233,000 visits, up from 228,000 in 2010.

According to statistics, at the end of 2011, the municipal libraries had 46,797 members, 6.46% more than in 2010.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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