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Librería Lello e Irmao (Livraria Lello & Irmao) Rua das Carmelitas, 144. Oporto Also known as Library Chardron. One of the most iconic buildings of Oporto, built by Mr. Francisco Xavier Esteves and opened in 1906. For some authors the most beautiful bookstore in the world, including in the declaration of Oporto City World Heritage Site.

Lello Library classified as the third best bookshop in the world - Oporto, Portugal

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The Library of Louvain was a source of pride in Belgium before the German invasion. Here it is on a piece of currency, demonstrating the value Belgium placed on the library in association with intellectualism. The ninth right to nations in a state of war prohibits the destruction such a building and declares that the enemy should be able to recognize these buildings by means of visible signs or notification. The presence of the library on Belgium currency clearly marks the significance. CF

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The Philosophical Reading-Room, Szabo Ervin Library in Budapest, Hungary

In the library/sanctuary Photo by Paul Clancy house by Alyn Carlson