Libraries Around The World

lookbookThere are so many amazing, unique, and gorgeous libraries all over our beautiful world. Today I’ll highlight a selection of wonderful and culturally diverse libraries:

Stunning Literary Harbors from all around the World!

“Bristol Central Library” Englandbristol central library“Central Public Library” Vancouver, Canadacentral public library vancouver canada
“Baltimore George Peabody Library” Maryland
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“Connemara Public Library” IndiaConnemara Public Library, IndiaConnemara as well, it’s just so gorgeous!Connemara Public Library, India2
“Stuttgart City Library” Germanystuttgart-city-library-interior

“Real Gabinete Português de Leitura” Rio de Janeiro, BrazilReal Gabinete Português de Leitura

“Taipei Public Library” Beitou BranchTaipei Public Library, Beitou Branch

“Biblioteca Vasconcelos” Mexico City
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“Villanueva Public Library” ColumbiaVillanueva Public Librar

“Kolonihavehus”
Tom Fruins outdoor sculpture  in the plaza of the Royal Danish LibraryTom Fruins outdoor sculpture_Kolonihavehus_in the plaza of the Royal Danish Library
“Wall of Knowledge” Stockholm Public Library, Germany
wall of knowledge Stockholm public library

“National Library of Belarus” Minsk, Belarus
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95 thoughts on “Libraries Around The World

  1. It’s great to see some places still value books. I live in a little town, with an equally small library, that is only open a few days a week, because not enough people take advantage of what they have to offer.

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  2. Each of those buildings is pure magic. What a dream it would be to travel around the world and visit the great libraries–but I’d want to have something there that I could read. I guess if they don’t have books in English I’d bring my own.

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. On the other end of the spectrum we have a rural community nearby whose library is in a Butler building. One of those metal pre-fab jobs mainly used for industry. Pretty ugly, but beautiful in its own way because of the community’s commitment to having a library under difficult conditions.

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  4. Those are inspiring, and isn’t that what a library should be!? I predicted 13 years ago that libraries might no longer exist in 50 years, but these designs will keep them alive. I am a little proud of my own city’s library, and a good shot of it is here: http://www.dbrl.org/files/branch/Columbia/cpl-gallery/ext_night.jpg . Some people hated the abstract sculptures placed as sentries near the two entrances, but I love them in contrast to the crisp, circuit-like formality of the building. What do you think?

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  6. Every time I see a picture of an amazing library, my hear literally aches with the thought that who knows if I will ever be able to visit any of them. (Hopefully, I will.) 🙂
    Super envious of people who live near such awesomeness.
    Great post ! 🙂

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  8. Reblogged this on The Accessible Traveler and commented:
    One of the many things I love to see when I travel is the local library. From Dublin to New York, there’s nothing quite like a massive majestic library (especially being the book addict that I am). This is a great post with pics of some of the most beautiful libraries from across the globe.

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  10. I’ve always loved libraries, they are places I spend hours in just wandering. I would go to the library to study when I was in school and find myself wandering the stacks for hours getting no studying done.

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  11. These are absolutely amazing! Thanks for posting these. I remember when I lived in Seoul a high school teacher there took her students to the library for a field trip. When I told her I didn’t “get it,” she shook her head and grinned, “Oh, Lonna, you just have to go yourself and find out.” She tried to convince me how stunning it was. I never did go, and with these pictures I’m so disappointed that I didn’t see what it looked like. Thanks again for posting.

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  12. Wow … thanks … wonder what’s going to become of them post-internet … here’s an idea, they could be art centres for sharing, handling, enacting, exploring, treasure hunts, overnight sleepovers … churches to the culture. Trouble is, the librarians might go Shhhhhh!

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