The José Vasconcelos Library, located in Mexico City, unfortunately had some stumbling blocks in its construction that led to the library being closed for 22 months from 2007 until 2008, but the building is phenomenal, and I have to agree with former Mexican president Vicente Fox who called it one of the most advanced constructions of the 21st century. Mexico City, Mexico Cities, Vasconcelos Libraries, Interiors, Public Libraries, Frostings Glasses, Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Book Recommendations, José Vasconcelos
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The new Library of Alexandria in Alexandria, Egypt. It is an homage to the old Library of Alexandria & doubles as a cultural center as well.
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Oaxaca City (Mexico). 'This highly individual southern city basks in bright upland light and captivates the visitor with gorgeous handicrafts, frequent fiestas and handsome colonial architecture. A uniquely savory cuisine is served at restaurants and market stalls, and the finest mezcal is distilled in nearby villages.' www.lonelyplanet....