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Beatiful libraries in the world

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Livrarias de todo o mundo

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  • 1. if u l u t a in th e B e r ie sL ib ra rld W o
  • 2. Strahov Monestary Library in Prague
  • 3. Strahov Theological Hall - Original Baroque Cabinets
  • 4. Strahov Theological Hall; Statue of John the Evangelist Holding a Book
  • 5. Abbey Library St. Gallen, Switzerland
  • 6. Angelica Library, Rome, Italy
  • 7. August Herzog Library, Wolfenbüttel, Germany
  • 8. Beatus Rhenanus Library, Basel, Switzerland
  • 9. Bernadotte Library, Stockholm Sweden
  • 10. Biblioteca Angelica, Rome, Italy
  • 11. Biblioteca Di Bella Arti, Milan, Italy
  • 12. Biblioteca do Palacio e Convento de Mafra I, Lisbon Coast, Portugal
  • 13. Biblioteca do PalàcioNacional da Ajuda Lisboa III, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 14. Biblioteca Geral University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal
  • 15. Biblioteca Palafoxiana, Puebla, Mexico
  • 16. Bibliotecha de la Real Academia De La Lengua, Madrid, Spain
  • 17. Bibliotheque Alencon, Normandy, France
  • 18. BibliothéqueNationale de France, Paris, France
  • 19. Bodleian Library,Oxford University, England
  • 20. Boston Copley Public Library, Boston, USA
  • 21. Old British Reading Room, British Museum, London, England
  • 22. Old British Reading Room, British Museum, London, England
  • 23. Cathedral Library, Kalocsa, Hungary
  • 24. Chethams Library, Manchester, UK
  • 25. Dutch Royal Archives Library, Netherlands
  • 26. El Escorial Library, San Lorenzo, Spain
  • 27. Frederick Ferris Thompson Memorial Library, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, USA
  • 28. George Peabody Library,Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • 29. Handelingenkamer TweedeKamer Der Staten-Generaal Den Haag, the Hague, Netherlands
  • 30. Hereford Cathedral ChainedLibrary, Hereford, England (Rarebooks were once kept chained to the bookshelf to prevent stealing.)
  • 31. Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek Weimar II, Germany
  • 32. Joanina Library University of Coimbra, Portugal
  • 33. ̈Kremsmuenster Abbey Library, Kremsmunster, Upper Austria.
  • 34. Biblioteca Castilla La Mancha, Spain
  • 35. Library of Congress, Washington, DC, USA
  • 36. Library of Parliament, Ottawa, Canada
  • 37. Library of St. Walburga, Zutphen, Netherland (Preserved from the 16th century)
  • 38. Library of the Benedictine Monastery of Admont, Austria
  • 39. Library of the National Palace of Mafra, Portugal
  • 40. Library of the Prussian King Frederic the Second in Potsdam, Germany
  • 41. Melk Monastery Library, Melk, Austria
  • 42. National Art Library, Victoriaand Albert Museum, London
  • 43. North Reading Room, UC Berkeley, California, USA (Terrific reader suggestion)
  • 44. New York Public Library, New York, USA
  • 45. Plantin-Moretus, Antwerp, Belgium
  • 46. Queens College Library Oxford
  • 47. Real GabinetePortugues De Leitura Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (Possibly themost beautiful library of them all.)
  • 48. Rennie Mackintosh Library, Glasgow School of Art,Scotland (Added on excellent reader suggestion.)
  • 49. Riggs Library, Georgetown University, USA
  • 50. Rijkmuseum Library, Amsterdam
  • 51. Riksdagen Library, Swedish Parliament Library, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 52. Russian National Library, St. Petersburg
  • 53. St. Florian Monastery-Library, Austria
  • 54. Salamanca Library, Salamanca, Spain
  • 55. Sansovino Library, Rome, Italy
  • 56. Sorbonne Library, Paris, France
  • 57. State Library, Victoria, Australia
  • 58. Stiftsbibliothek Klosterneuburg,Klosterneuburg, Austria
  • 59. Suzzallo Library,Seattle, Washington,
  • 60. The New Library of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
  • 61. Theology Room at St.Deiniols library, North Wales
  • 62. Trinity College LIbrary, AKA, The Long Room, Dublin, Ireland
  • 63. University-Library, Helsinki, Finland
  • 64. Vatican Library, Vatican City, Rome
  • 65. Austrian National Library, Vienna, Austria
  • 66. Waldsassen Abbey Library, Bavaria, Germany
  • 67. Wren Library,Trinity College, Cambridge, England
  • 68. Yale, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven, Connecticut, USA