if u l        u  t       a in th     e  B  e        r ie sL ib ra rld        W   o
Strahov Monestary Library in Prague
Strahov Theological Hall - Original Baroque Cabinets
Strahov Theological Hall; Statue of John the Evangelist Holding a Book
Abbey Library St. Gallen,     Switzerland
Angelica Library, Rome, Italy
August Herzog Library,    Wolfenbüttel,      Germany
Beatus Rhenanus Library, Basel, Switzerland
Bernadotte Library, Stockholm Sweden
Biblioteca Angelica, Rome, Italy
Biblioteca Di Bella Arti,      Milan, Italy
Biblioteca do Palacio e Convento de Mafra I, Lisbon Coast, Portugal
Biblioteca do PalàcioNacional da Ajuda Lisboa  III, Lisbon, Portugal
Biblioteca Geral University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal
Biblioteca Palafoxiana, Puebla, Mexico
Bibliotecha de la Real Academia De La Lengua, Madrid, Spain
Bibliotheque Alencon, Normandy, France
BibliothéqueNationale de France,   Paris, France
Bodleian Library,Oxford University,    England
Boston Copley Public Library,       Boston, USA
Old British Reading Room, British Museum, London, England
Old British Reading Room, British Museum, London, England
Cathedral Library, Kalocsa, Hungary
Chethams Library, Manchester, UK
Dutch Royal Archives Library, Netherlands
El Escorial Library, San Lorenzo,              Spain
Frederick Ferris Thompson Memorial Library, Vassar College,               Poughkeepsie, New York, USA
George Peabody Library,Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Handelingenkamer TweedeKamer Der Staten-Generaal  Den Haag, the Hague,      Netherlands
Hereford Cathedral ChainedLibrary, Hereford, England (Rarebooks were once kept chained to    the bookshelf to prevent     ...
Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek     Weimar II, Germany
Joanina Library University of    Coimbra, Portugal
̈Kremsmuenster Abbey Library, Kremsmunster, Upper Austria.
Biblioteca Castilla La Mancha, Spain
Library of Congress, Washington, DC, USA
Library of Parliament, Ottawa, Canada
Library of St. Walburga, Zutphen, Netherland      (Preserved from the 16th century)
Library of the Benedictine Monastery of Admont, Austria
Library of the National Palace of Mafra, Portugal
Library of the Prussian   King Frederic the Second in Potsdam,       Germany
Melk Monastery Library, Melk, Austria
National Art Library, Victoriaand Albert Museum, London
North Reading Room, UC Berkeley, California, USA           (Terrific reader suggestion)
New York Public Library, New York, USA
Plantin-Moretus, Antwerp, Belgium
Queens College Library Oxford
Real GabinetePortugues De Leitura   Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (Possibly themost beautiful library    of them all.)
Rennie Mackintosh Library, Glasgow   School of Art,Scotland (Added on excellent reader   suggestion.)
Riggs Library, Georgetown University, USA
Rijkmuseum Library,    Amsterdam
Riksdagen Library, Swedish Parliament Library, Stockholm, Sweden
Russian National Library, St. Petersburg
St. Florian Monastery-Library, Austria
Salamanca Library, Salamanca, Spain
Sansovino Library, Rome, Italy
Sorbonne Library, Paris, France
State Library, Victoria,       Australia
Stiftsbibliothek   Klosterneuburg,Klosterneuburg, Austria
Suzzallo Library,Seattle, Washington,
The New Library of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
Theology Room at St.Deiniols library, North Wales
Trinity College LIbrary, AKA, The Long Room, Dublin, Ireland
University-Library, Helsinki,          Finland
Vatican Library, Vatican      City, Rome
Austrian National Library, Vienna, Austria
Waldsassen Abbey Library, Bavaria, Germany
Wren Library,Trinity College,  Cambridge,   England
Yale, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven,                     Connecticut, USA
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Beatiful libraries in the world

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