These Libraries Will Surprise You With Their Creativity
The entrance to the kid's section at a local library. 2. Teaching you not to judge a book by its cover. 3. This local library has a beehive in the kid's section with a tube that leads to the outside. 4. This school's library has a noise guide. [related_articles] 5.
Welcome to the Most Beautiful Library in the World
The Klementinum Library is one of the most beautiful examples of Baroque style architecture. It was first opened in 1722 as part of the Jesuit University. It houses over 20,000 volumes and has been voted as the most majestic and stunning library in the world.
Judge a Book by Its Library - Beautiful!
Libraries, as the holders of knowledge, were some of the most important structures in any city. That is why some of them are breathtakingly beautiful, built with love for the knowledge they guard and give to their visitors.
This is Probably the Most Beautiful Library in the World...
The Admont Abbey in Admont, Austria contains the world's largest monastic library in the world, as well as the largest scientific collection. The Abbey was founded by Archbishop Gebhard of Salzburg in 1074, but the library was not built until 1776 by the architect Joseph Hueber.
The World's Coolest Library Features 1.2 Million Books
Have you ever seen a library as stunning as this? The structure is incredible. It features a giant spherical auditorium in the middle that looks just like a giant eye.
Classic Comedy: Mr. Bean at the Library.
Bean goes to the library... Mr. Bean at the Library funny, video, rowan atkinson, mr bean, classic comedy Another classic scene from the silent comedian who manages to make me laugh more than a dozen talking stand up artists.
20 Nostalgic Images of Circulating Libraries
Greensboro, North Carolina, 1936 Image Source: Crossett Library / Flickr 9. Patrons Visiting The Bookmobile Image Source: Anne Arundel Country Public Library / Flickr 10. Chris Junapa Standing In The Bookmobile, 1980 Image Source: Kern County Library / Flickr [related_articles] 11.
Take a Tour of the Most Unusual Libraries of the World
Visiting a library is often a special experience for a book lover. While we don’t visit libraries as often as we used to these days, they still hold a unique charm for countless people. If you have ever been fascinated with libraries, then you must check the video below.
If I Had a Home Library Like This I’d Never Leave My House
Traditional home library in San Francisco Source: Houzz Modern home library in Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid Source: Twisted Sifter Home library on Harbor Island, the Bahamas Source: Design File Actor Ben Stiller's home library Source: Everything Fab Professor Richard Macksey's library Source: Night RPM
10 Exquisite Libraries You Must See to Believe
Paris is home to some of the most elegant libraries in the world. French photographer, Franck Bohbot, has traveled the world to show his appreciation for the vintage book buildings. Bohbot currently resides in New York and is renowned for his symmetric compositions.
Librarians Really Do Have a Unique Sense of Humor!
Libraries are often viewed as citadels of silence, which serve to guard humanity's greatest thoughts and collective knowledge. However, that doesn't mean that the people who work there aren't entitled to a little bit of fun every now and then.
This Grandson Learned a Lesson He Will Carry Forever!
Grandpa John had a huge collection of books which he accumulated over the years and stored in his vast home library. Almost every weekend, his grandson, Adam, would come to visit and would sit for hours in his library rifling through the books.
Too Funny! You Should Always Carry Your Library Card!
When a worried father attends a parent-teacher meeting concerning his wayward son with the notorious school master, things start badly and just get worse. This classic comedy sketch always tickles ..
World War I Wouldn't Have Been Won Without Women's Efforts
Source: University of British Columbia Library Welding a frame tug for a military airplane. Source: University of British Columbia Library Pulling skins out of a lime pit in a tannery. Source: University of British Columbia Library Workers in a tannery.
These Full-Color WWII Training Photos Are Most Striking!
IMAGE: LIBRARY OF CONGRESS An M4 tank in action. IMAGE: LIBRARY OF CONGRESS [related_articles] An M3 tank and crew prepare for the next maneuver. IMAGE: LIBRARY OF CONGRESS An infantryman uses a half-track for cover while holding an M1 Garand rifle.
See Old America Like Never Before With These Vintage Maps
Alton and Alton Bay, New Hampshire, 1888 Image credit: Library of Congress 2. 20th century Boston Image credit: Library of Congress 3. The city of Chester, Pennsylvania, 1885 Image credit: Library of Congress 4. Grafton, West Virginia, 1898 Image credit: Library of Congress 5.
This Manuscript Has Stumped Scientists for Centuries!
Image: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library/Yale University Image: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library/Yale University Image: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library/Yale University Image: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library/Yale University Image: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library/Yale
See WWII Naval Staff In Full, Beautiful Color
Image Credit: Library of Congress Elmer J. Pace, a trainee, learns how to construct naval planes at the base. Image Credit: Library of Congress Two employees work a cutting machine. Image Credit: Library of Congress This lady is reconditioning spark plugs for a plane engine.
See the World of Native Americans at the Turn of the 1900s
Curtis/Library of Congress Image: Edward S. Curtis/Library of Congress [related_articles] Image: Edward S. Curtis/Library of Congress Image: Edward S. Curtis/Library of Congress Image: Edward S. Curtis/Library of Congress Image: Edward S. Curtis/Library of Congress Image: Edward S.
Design Some Books Into Your Life - Terrific Ideas!
A reading niche with a relaxing view on one side and libraries from two additional sides. Book shelves that form a word. Wall library arranged by color. A curtain that encourages reading. Work area / reading with a perfect view to the forest. Books stored between wooden stairs.
The Most Beautiful Castle Colleges!
Cathedral of Learning — University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Doak Campbell Stadium — Florida State University, Florida All Souls College — Oxford University, United Kingdom Annenberg Hall — Harvard University, Massachusetts Grey Towers Castle — Arcadia University, Pennsylvania Sterling Memorial Library
Who Said History Has To Be Black and White?
Detroit Publishing Co/Library of Congress/ Dynamichrome The half-built Tower Bridge in 1881 London. The Tower Bridge .
Joke: This Book is So Dull!
A blonde stormed up to the front desk of the library and, screaming, said, “I have a complaint!” “How can i help you?” said the librarian looking up at her. “I borrowed a book last week and it was horrible!” Puzzled by her complaint, the librarian asked: “What was wrong with it?”
The Beauty of Forgotten Spaces...
A library, a railway station, a beautiful house. When we stripe away all of the things man adds - furniture, presence etc., we see a different kind of powerful beauty in these places, now full of space and mystery. E Submitted by: Dennis L.