Monthly Archives: May 2011

Collegiate Cambridge’s Central Library (England)

While the last library I profiled may look like a glitzy mall, Cambridge Central Library actually is part of one. I’ve always thought that shopping districts are the perfect place to put libraries, so was delighted to find the library right in the hub of … Continue reading

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Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen Main Library

An amazing city of canals, parks, statues and gardens, Copenhagen meshes seamlessly with the sea it abuts.  Like a clean, spacious, verdant Venice with more spires (about the only way to get a view in this flat country), it’s incredibly … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Winsome Westport Library

Near the pilgrimage site of Croagh Patrick, Westport Library is set in a fairytale location on Ireland’s bucolic West Coast.  It’s a colorful and busy place with six internet computers, and wi-fi.  There are a number of databases that can be accessed in the leabharlann … Continue reading

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