Unique Libraries

 

Almere Library, Netherlands

 

 

Al-Qarawiyyin University Library, Fez, Morocco

 

 

Calgary Central Library, Calgary, Alberta

 

 

Central Library, Seattle, Washington

 

 

Geisel Library, University of California, San Diego, California

 

 

James B. Hunt Jr. Library, Raleigh, North Carolina

 

 

Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, Chicago, Illinois

 

 

Kanazawa Umimirai Library, Japan

 

 

La Bibliotheque Louis Nucera, Nice, France

 

 

Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri

 

 

National Library of Korea, Sejong City, Korea

 

 

State Library of Queensland, Australia

 

 

National Library of the Czech Republic, Prague

 

 

Vancouver Public Library – Central Branch

 

 

Stuttgart City Library, Stuttgart Germany

 

 

National Technical Library, Prague

 

 

University of Aberdeen New Library. Aberdeen, Scotland

 

 

Qatar National Library

 

 

Sandro Penna Library, Perugia, Italy

 

 

Hennepin County Library, MInneapolis

 

 

Library of Birmingham, England

 

 

Bibliotheca Wittockiana, Brussels, Belgium

 

 

Villanueva Public Library, La Guajira, Colombia

 

 

 

Tianjin Binhai New Area Library, Tianjin, China

 

Centennial College Library, Toronto, Ontario

 

 

 

 

7 thoughts on “Unique Libraries

  1. Wow !! They really are unique, love them !! Our village library is not that pretty but they do have a lot of books so I am happy to have it close by.

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    • I love libraries too. I want this pandemic to lighten up so I can visit some new ones. Wait until I show you the photographs of some of the INTERIORS of these places! I’d just sit and soak up the atmosphere from dawn till dusk!

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