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White and gold ornate library with decorated ceiling, iron-work balcony, crystal chandelier, and glass-covered shelves. (I don't know if you're allowed to read a beat-up paperback in this room.) Christiansborg Castle, Copenhagen, Danemark. Photo by Talbot Merlotti via Flickr
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.
Trinity Library, Dublin, Ireland. Join the SOYK project, our secret boards & launch/take your first geocaching challenge. See the board Somewhere Only You Know
A nook in the library of Einsiedeln Abbey - by ©octopuzz, (a Benedictine monastery in the town of Einsiedeln, Canton of Schwyz, Switzerland). The library, founded 946, holds 50,000 volumes and over 1,230 manuscripts (500 of them dated before 1500). [Please keep photo credit and original link if reusing or repinning. Thanks!]