Thursday, January 31, 2013

Inside the Public Library

Public libraries are places where anyone can enter and partake of knowledge they offer, where anyone can engage with history, literature and culture.

Public libraries exist in many countries across the world and are often considered an essential part of having an educated and literate population. They are distinct from research libraries, school libraries, and other special libraries in that their mandate is to serve the general public's information needs. Now take a look inside some beautiful public libraries.

width by tea.andtoast

library by ganderson

by colie parks

(Porto Alegre, 2009) by Vejo tudo e não morro

library room by _hijiki_

by Saucestin

by (*◡*)

本棚のあるカフェ by soreikea

by fimdalinha

American Thinker by Preet Shihn

Get Up and Go by Jim Blob Blann

- by Yin.Shen

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