Libraries are some of the most important buildings in the world. There are those who say that a country’s education and the intellectual wealth of its citizens can be generally categorized by looking at the libraries in that country. In that sense, it is possible that the citizens of the following countries are quite literate and intelligent. Because the libraries in their country are so big and beautiful. Read on to find out which countries will have what kind of libraries…
The Tianjin Binhai Library – China
The library in Tianjin, China, was designed by Dutch company MVRDV. Nicknamed “The eye of Binhai”, the library is designed with wave-shaped bookshelves rising from floor to ceiling. At present, there are 200,000 books to study and more than 1 book has been set up, so there is still a lot of space left on the bookshelf.
Abbey Library – Switzerland
The Abbey Library, a collection of ancient architecture from around 820 AD, is located in St. Gallen, Switzerland, in conjunction with the Church of St. Gaul. There are about 16,000 books in this magnificent library, most of which are scientific books and rare manuscripts.
Starfield Library – South Korea
This is the famous Starfield Library in Seoul, South Korea. It has about 50,000 magazines and books and is affiliated with Starfield COEX Mall, one of the world’s largest underground shopping malls.
Klementinum National Library – Czech Republic
The library is located in Prague, Czech Republic. This cool and quiet library is breathtaking with its ancient architecture. It was opened in 1722 as part of Jesuit University and is now the National Library of the Czech Republic. The library has over 2,000 books on foreign religions.
Stuttgart City Library – Germany
The Stuttgart City Library in Stuttgart, Germany is designed for the convenience of our readers. The entire library is painted in bright white and the layout is very neat. It has a total of nine floors and is pyramid-shaped from the bottom to the top.
Admont Abbey Library – Austria
The Admont Abbey Library is part of the Baroque, one of the oldest and largest monasteries in Austria. There is a collection of about 70,000 books in total, and you can see the beautiful ancient architecture. The library was designed in 1776 by architect Joseph Hueber. The library also houses the iconic “Four Last Things” by Josef Stammel.
Tama Art University Library – Japan
Located at Tama Art University, Japan, it is a library of concrete architecture. The interior of the building is made of smooth concrete and has basements, such as wine cellars. In addition, the library can be used to enjoy the natural environment. There is also a one-story store with about 100,000 books and an empty floor for exhibitions such as art exhibitions.
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