The Cantalupo in Sabina Library recently changed locations, moving from the historic center to a new scenic location on San Biagio Street. Initially built in 1990 as a kindergarten, it underwent renovation in 2000. Since 2014, it has been renamed “Citizen’s House” and not only houses the Municipal Library, but also several local associations. This space was created with the intention of promoting culture as a time of sharing for the entire community.
The library boasts a library holdings of about 7,000 volumes, organized using the Dewey decimal classification system. It is distinguished by the presence of a rich section devoted to the history of Art and an interesting local section, thus offering a wide range of resources for enthusiasts of local culture and history.