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Project Runeberg

Project Runeberg is an initiative patterned after Project Gutenberg that publishes freely available electronic versions of books significant to Nordic culture and history. The Project began archiving Nordic-language literature in December 2002, but today also has graphical facsimiles of old works, sheet music, and Latin works by Nordic authors.

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