Scatter Pink

Scatter Hitam

rokokbet

BET4D

scatter hitam

SCATTER PINK

The Most Beautiful Libraries in Europe

Lotrlibrary.com – Libraries have been pillars for knowledge and also home to extraordinary architecture. The following are some of the amazing libraries located in Europe. Starting from the past to the modern era, this center of science and learning also holds historical and cultural values.

1. National Library in Vienna, Austria

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken11.jpeg

The Austrian National Library is the largest library in Austria which stores a collection of 7.4 million books. This library is located inside the Hofburg palace in Vienna, Austria. Founded by the Habsburg royal family, the library was originally called “Hof-Bibliothe” (Royal Library) and in 1920 the name of the library changed to what it is today.

2. Abbey Library in Admont, Austria

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken2.jpeg

The Abbey Library in Admont was built in 1776, designed by architect Joseph Hueber and is the largest monastery library in the world. It has a unique dome design, decorated with Bartolomeo Altomonte’s paintings depicting the stages of human science. The library also holds 1,400 old manuscripts from St Peter Abbey.

3. Abbey Library in Kremsmünster, Austria

the most beautiful libraries

This library was built between 1680 and 1689 and was designed by Carlo Antonio Carlone. It is one of the largest libraries in Austria with a collection of 160,000 books, 1,700 manuscripts and 2,000 incunabula . The most valuable collection of books in this library is the “Codex Millenarius”, a Bible written around 800 at Mondsee Abbey. Duplicates of this ancient manuscript can be found in a number of libraries throughout the world.

4. Saxony State and University Library in Dresden, Germany

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken5.jpeg

The Saxon State Library, or in German Sächsische Landesbibliothek – Staats und Universitätsbibliothek Dresdenabbreviated (SLUB Dresden), is located in Dresden, Germany. This library is one of two regional libraries owned by the state, the other being the academic library of Dresden University of Technology. Built in 1996 as a merger of the Saxon State Library (SLB) and State University Library Dresden (SUBD). The book collection in this library reaches almost 9 million! which makes it one of the largest public archive centers in Germany. Valuable collections in the library include the Codex Dresdensis, an Octagonal Koran from 1184 and a copy of the Gospel of Petrus Schoeffer printed in 1462.

5. The City Library in Malmo, Sweden

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken6.jpeg

Malmo City Library is located in the city of Malmo, Sweden. This library has 550,000 collections of various media, around 10,000 DVDs, 33,500 music CDs. In 2006 it became the first library in Sweden to lend video games. It was first opened on December 12, 1905 and then in 1946 moved to the Regementsgatan palace. Currently the library has three main buildings.

6. Konstanz University of Applied Sciences Library in Germany

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken7.jpeg

Konstanz University of Applied Sciences Library is located on the shores of Lake Constance and was founded in 1966 and has more than 1,100 staff and a student community of more than 9,000. This library has a collection of more than 2 million books, journals and other media. Apart from print media, the library also has a collection of more than 32,000 e-books, 28,000 e-journals and 420 database networks. Almost all media can be accessed 24 hours a day.

7. Leipzig University Library (aka Bibliotheca Albertina) in Germany

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken8.jpeg

Leipzig University Library was founded in 1542, following reforms by the university’s rector, Casper Borner, who succeeded in convincing the Duke of Saxony to donate the buildings of the Dominican monastery of St Paul to Leipzig University. When it first opened, the library had around 1,000 books and around 1,500 manuscripts. Bombing events during World War II in 1943-1945 destroyed two-thirds of the Albertina Bibliotheca building, a Neo-Renaissance style building that stood majestically. more than 42,000 library collections were lost, some were found in Russian libraries.

8. The University Library of Graz in Austria

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken9.jpeg

The University Library of Graz is the largest science library in Styria and the third largest in Austria. This library is part of the Karl Franzen University of Graz which consists of the main library, a second library (law sciences, socio-economic sciences and theology) and several library branches which are open to the public. Holds all manuscript and printed works up to 1900. Some of the most valuable parliamentary manuscripts are the 5 oldest Georgian (7th-11th century) found in the monastery of St. Catherine at the foot of Mount Sinai.

9. Vilnius University Library in Lithuania

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken10.jpeg

Vilnius University Library or often abbreviated as VUL is the oldest library and one of the largest academic libraries in Lithuania. Located in the old city of Vilnius adjacent to the palace of the President of Lithuania. This library has a collection of 5.4 million documents on shelves that are 166 kilometers long. Library membership can be obtained by university students and the general public. In 2010 the library had 28,420 members.

10. The Royal Library in Copenhagen, Denmark

http://www.mobgenic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/christophseelbachbibliotheken111.jpeg

The Royal Library in Copenhagen (Det Kongelige Bibliotek) is the national library of Denmark and Copenhagen University and one of the largest libraries in the Nordic countries. Contains various kinds of historical documents, all works printed in Denmark since the 17th century. Currently the library has 4 buildings located in Gothersgade, Copenhagen, (specializing in legal and social sciences), Amager (specializing in humanities), Norre Per Alle (specializing in natural sciences and health), and the main library at Slotsholmen located near Copenhagen harbor includes a wide range of sciences and several special collections.

Related Posts

8 Libraries with the Most Catalogs in the World

Libraries are sources of various kinds of information ranging from science, technology, history and much more. Libraries not only store books, journals, documents but also catalogues. The following are libraries…

Literacy Sensation at Hong Kong Central Library

It was not yet dusk, after getting tired of wandering around and hunting for Indonesian-style culinary delights sold by Indonesian migrant workers in Victoria Park , one Sunday afternoon I took the…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You Missed

8 Libraries with the Most Catalogs in the World

8 Libraries with the Most Catalogs in the World

4 Comfortable and Instagrammable Libraries in Jakarta

  • By ngabseo
  • June 15, 2024
  • 12 views
4 Comfortable and Instagrammable Libraries in Jakarta

5 Libraries in Jakarta that are Convenient for WFA

  • By ngabseo
  • June 14, 2024
  • 12 views
5 Libraries in Jakarta that are Convenient for WFA

5 Benefits of a Library Date with Your Partner, Suitable for Book Lovers

  • By ngabseo
  • June 13, 2024
  • 15 views
5 Benefits of a Library Date with Your Partner, Suitable for Book Lovers

5 Tips for Bringing a Family Library into the Home

  • By ngabseo
  • June 12, 2024
  • 16 views
5 Tips for Bringing a Family Library into the Home

Book Lovers Must Know, 5 Cafes in Bandung with Libraries

  • By ngabseo
  • June 11, 2024
  • 20 views
Book Lovers Must Know, 5 Cafes in Bandung with Libraries