• Casey Taryn

    Trinity College Library, Dublin, Ireland. At Ireland’s oldest university, home to the book of Kells, the ‘Old Library' stuns with its dark wood, spiral staircases and seemingly endless aisles of books. It was built between 1712 and 1732 and renovated in 1860 to include a barrel ceiling for a second floor of book shelves. This was one of my favorite places in all of Ireland!

  • Michelle Gibbs

    HEAVEN!! Trinity College Library, Dublin, Ireland At Ireland’s oldest university, home to the book of Kells, the ‘Old Library’ stuns with its dark wood, spiral staircases and seemingly endless aisles of books. It was built between 1712 and 1732 and renovated in 1860 to include a barrel ceiling for a second floor of book shelves.

  • Callista C

    "Trinity College Library, Dublin, Ireland. At Ireland’s oldest university, home to the book of Kells, the ‘Old Library' stuns with its dark wood, spiral staircases and seemingly endless aisles of books. It was built between 1712 and 1732 and renovated in 1860 to include a barrel ceiling for a second floor of book shelves." <= This is one epic library. I could happily live here, I think.

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