The Radcliffe Camera at Oxford University, built in 1737-1749. It is the earliest example of a circular library in England, and amusingly, according to Wikipedia, J. R. R. Tolkien (author of The Lord of the Rings) remarked that the building resembled Sauron's temple to Morgoth on Númenor. It is also mentioned in 'The Notion Club Papers'.
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