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St. Peter-in-the-East, Oxford, UK

The coolest libraries in the world include the Strahov Monastery Library in Prague, the Old Library in Trinity College in Dublin, and The City Library in Stockholm.

Today we're sharing a collection of what we believe to be the world's most beautiful libraries from around the world. We wish teleportation were real!

Like all bookworms, we're obsessed with a beautiful setting to read. Today we're sharing a collection of what we believe to be the world's most beautiful libraries from around the world. Cozy up and get ready to wish teleportation were a real thing! Admont Abbey Library - Austria The Admont Abbey Library is nestled along

George Peabody Library, Baltimore, Maryland, [link url="https://www.cntraveller.com/location/usa"]United States[/link]

The most beautiful libraries in the world | The world's most stylish libraries including The Geisel Library, Bibliothèque Méjanes, Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, Rome’s Pontifical Lateran University and Bishan Public Library

Opera Garnier – 5 Incredible Things to See Inside the Palais Garnier!

The Opera Garnier is one of the symbols of Paris. But did you know the interior is even more stunning than the outside? Click to find out 5 reasons why!

How many have you seen or have you added to your bucket list? libraries | world's biggest libraries | awesome libraries

There are 22 libraries in the world with a whopping 15 million items catalogued. Here are ten of the world's biggest - with a few facts and some pictures.

Mafra Palace Library, 1771. Mafra, Portugal. The view shows the doors to the galleries (visible in the foreground at left), which are not hidden as they are in many libraries of the time, but are decorated with Rococo surrounds.From "The Library: A World History" by Cambridge University architectural historian James Campbell and photographer Will Pryce. Photo: Will Pryce

Dear architecture buffs, book lovers and library aficionados: A new book just arriving in stores and libraries celebrates and explores the buildings that house the world's great collection of ancient and modern texts. And it's stunning.

Ireland’s oldest university, home to the book of Kells, the ‘Old Library’ stuns with its dark wood, spiral staircases and seemingly endless aisles of books.

This day an age of technology we can't forget the analog internet cafes with dark wood, detailed workmanship, leaded glass windows and tier after towering tier of books – classic historic libraries are a bibliophile’s dream.