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Top Ten Tuesday #21 | Libraries and Bookstores Around the World

Hey guys! So I’m always in love with aesthetics, I love browsing through bookstagram to see the architecture of libraries and bookstores around the world. So for this time’s freebie, I decided to compile a list of libraries and bookstores around the world that I would love to visit one day.

 

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Libraries

Bibliothèque Nationale de France

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Austrian National Library

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The City Libary, Stuttgart, Germany

The City Libary, Stuttgart, Germany 

Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University, Connecticut, USA

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Jay Walker’s Private Library, Connecticut, USA

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Bookstores

Cărturești Carusel, Bucharest, Romania

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Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

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Zhongshuge Bookstore, Hangzhou, China

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Book and Bed, Tokyo

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Munro’s Books, British Columbia, Canada

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Where do you guys want to visit? Let me know down below!!

11 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday #21 | Libraries and Bookstores Around the World

  1. The Austrian library and Portuguese bookstore are stunning! There’s a residential library in Wales, Gladstone’s Library, that I wouldn’t mind staying in 😆

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