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Please contact us if you need information about Central Library Oodi. We will find you experts to interview, provide you with background materials, tell you about our visual materials, forward tips for stories and give you facts and figures.

Oodi is a public space, so you can take photographs freely and free of charge, as long as any customers are not clearly shown in the photographs. Any photo shoots must be carried out so that no customer facilities or services are made unavailable due to the shoot. Photography must also not disturb the customers in any way.

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Anna-Maria Soininvaara

Director of Helsinki Central Library Oodi
Helsinki City Library
Culture and Leisure division

Marjo Haatainen

Communications Specialist
Culture and Leisure division
Communications and Marketing

Soila Leppäkangas

Marketing Planner
Culture and Leisure division
Communications and Marketing

Press Release 03 December 2018

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Press release 12 December 2018: Opening of Central Library Oodi attracts some 55,000 visitors

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Press release 30 November 2018: Oodi, the library of a new era, will open to the public on the Eve of the Independence Day

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Oodi's timeline 30 November 2018

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Public libraries in Finland 2017

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Press release 5 November 2018: The grand opening for Oodi will be held on the eve of Finnish Independence Day and on Independence Day

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Press release 22 May 2018: The first peek into the Helsinki Central Library Oodi

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Press release 20 June 2018: Kino Regina brings films to Oodi

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