Old Library, Trinity, Dublin
It is a spectacular library with an 18th- a century-long room that houses 200,000 of the oldest books.
UNAM central library, Mexico City
This library is the jewel crown of the Ciudad Universitaria campus at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City. It holds approx 400,000 books and is best known for its exteriors that are crafted by Mexican architect Juan O’Gorman.
Peckham Library, London
It is a wonderful mix of primary-hued glass, copper, and steel weave that appeals to everyone.
Library of Birmingham, U.K
It is said to be Britain’s biggest and one with the largest regional facility in the whole of Europe. It has dazzling silver, glass and gold exteriors
Library of Parliament, Otawa, Canada
This one has an elaborate Victorian High Gothic structure and its three-tiered roof adds to the majestic effect of the library. There are stone carvings and floral motifs on the exterior.
Bodleian Library, Oxford, U.K
The Bodleian Library is one of the oldest in Europe and is a marvelous piece of 18th-century architecture, that follows the English Palladian style. The structure itself is the oldest example of a circular library in the country.
Strahov Monastery Library, Prague
It has a Theological Hall that houses thousands of editions of the holy books.
Halmstad City Library, Sweden
The key inspiration for this library was nature which is why it has an open area secondly an old chestnut tree stands in the circular atrium in the centre of the building.
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