Best Libraries Around the World, Part #2

Hello everyone! This is the second part of “Best Libraries Around the World, Part #1”. For those who missed the introduction, I just pasted it here. You can continue enjoying more libraries! These ones are more modern compared to the previous post.

 

“I know you guys love books. People who are interested in languages love reading and books as well. Somehow, we instinctly know that learning involves reading. :)

However, a lot variables may affect the reading experience. The most important one of them is the atmosphere. While you can read for hours in a place you like, you can read and read the same line without understanding a word in another place. With this in mind, I searched the best libraries around the world. Let’s see what I’ve found:”

George Peabody Library – Baltimore, Maryland

 

Kanazawa Umimirai Library, Kanazawa City, Japan

 

 

 

 

New York Public Library, New York City

 

 

Old Market Library, Min Buri, Bangkok

 

Stuttgart City Library, Stuttgart, Germany

 

The Royal Danish Library (the Black Diamond), Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Vennesla Library and Culture House, Vennesla, Norway

 

Villanueva Public Library, Villanueva, Colombia

 

Trinity College Library, University of Dublin

 

 

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by mauruschka on September 29, 2012 at 11:57

    I would sleep in those libraries.

    Reply

  2. I love them! Wow! Thanks for sharing. I am going to pass this information along . . . Be well and keep posting!

    Reply

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