Top Ten Tuesday: Libraries on my Travel Wishlist

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl wherein each week bloggers list out their Top Ten.

Today’s topic is libraries or bookstores one wants to visit. Look, I am a simple mortal. I will probably never visit all of these in my lifetime, but a girl can dream, right? Most of these places are on my travel wishlist purely because of the aesthetic beauty.

Trinity College, Dublin

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If you look at the dictionary definition of library, this would probably pop up next of it. It looks like what you would imagine a library life – all old charm and neverending stacks of books!

Musashino Art University Museum and Library, Tokyo

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I missed visiting this while I actually lived in Tokyo, because I saw about this recently! Talk about missed opportunities! The ‘forest of books’ aesthetic is calling me out to definitely go there the next (hopefully soon) time I visit.

Bodleian Library, Oxford

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This famous one has been featured in Harry Potter (The Restricted Section is the Duke Humfrey’s Library, The Divinity Hall – the picture above – is the ceiling for the Infirmary), as well as A Discovery of Witches.

Stuttgart City Library, Germany

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Such a futuristic looking library. And all that white gives it an open and inviting feel.

Tianjin Binhai Library, China

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Speaking of futuristic looking libraries, this library boasting 1.2 million books is visually appealing.


Which libraries/bookstores do you wish to visit?

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