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The library of Celsus at the Greek and Roman ruins of Ephesus, Selcuk, Turkey - I never saw it from this above view. Didn't realize what was behind the library. I spent an entire day walking around and photographing the ruins.

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Ancient, St. Johns College Library, Cambridge, England, I can't even imagine how many cool books are in there! I'd be lost to the world!

Roman Trajan Temple at the Akropolis of Pergamon, white marble, 2nd cen. BC., finished during the reign of Hadrian II, 117-138 BC Bergama, Turkey

Mountain of the Gods --Ruins on Mount Nemrut, Turkey, burial site of kings, date from the first century B.C.

I would feel high culture seaping in, as I read a book in the Vienna Library...

Doorway - Cappadocia, Turkey I love how this door is key-shaped. It is bright and sunny outside, yet dark and mysterious inside. A welcome cool place out of the sun? Or a secret lair for mythical creatures? You've got my imagination stirred up now

The Theological Hall, Strahov Monastery Library, Prague. Join the SOYK project, our secret boards & take/launch your first geocaching challenge. See the board Somewhere Only You Know.

St Florian Library, Austria The library is located in the eastern side wing of St Florian Abbey. It had been built in 1744-1750 by G. Hayberger. The library ceiling is painted by Altomonte and the rococo gallery stretches along the walls.