How about some truly amazing pictures of bookshelves? What follows are ten of our favourite pictures of the beautiful interiors of libraries from around the world. What’s more, these images are all in the public domain – click on the hyperlink to take you to the source for each picture. You can also enlarge each picture by clicking on it.
1. Melk Benedictine Abbey Library, Austria. This library is part of Melk Abbey in Austria. The abbey was founded in 1089, and its library has an extensive collection of manuscripts.
Picture credit: Emgonzalez, Wikimedia Commons, public domain.
2. The George Peabody Library, Baltimore, US. This library is part of Johns Hopkins University at Mount Vernon Place, and is a nineteenth-century institute founded by Peabody as a bequest to the people of Baltimore.
Picture credit: Matthew Petroff, Wikimedia Commons.
3. The Stockholm Public Library, Sweden. This library was built by Gunnar…
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