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The magnificent Rose Reading Room at New York's public library on Fifth Avenue.

The Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge is illuminated following a preview bridge lighting ceremony at the span over the Mississippi River between Missouri and Illinois on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. Looks awesome!

Empire State Building, opened in 1931. (Wow that's a lot of "cleaning women" Hmmm)

New York City at Night from Central Park in the snow.

Saint Peter's tomb in St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy

Known to Oxford scholars as “Bodley” or simply “the Bod”, The Bodleian Library serves as the main research library of Oxford University. Arts End was built in 1610-1613 and was the first English instance of book shelving being built along the walls, instead of in bays or lecterns jutting out from the walls. The windows at the end of this photo are part of another extension done in 1634 known as Seldon End. The Bodliean is one of the oldest and most beautiful academic libraries in the world.

Essentially the only building with power in #NYC right now is the Empire State Building. Whoa.

Real Grass Surprisingly Covers York Minster Cathedral I love the idea of bringing a touch of outdoors inside like this :)