Stockholm Public Library is a library building in Stockholm, Sweden, designed by Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund. Officially opened on 31 March 1928 in the presence of Prince Eugen.
Stockholm Public Library includes more than 2 million volumes and 2.4 million audio tapes, CDs and audio books. The "international library" is the section for foreign languages, housed in two floors of an annex behind the main building, close to Odenplan. Its holdings comprise more than 100 languages with 17,000 volumes in Persian, 15,800 in Arabic, and 14,500 in Spanish.