Bibliophile

Bibliophile

Thursday, 12 February 2015

WONDERFUL LIBRARIES


LIBRARY



1.
a. A place in which reading materials, such as books, periodicals, 
and newspapers, and often other materials such as musical and video recordings, are kept for use or lending.
b. A collection of such materials, especially when systematically arranged.
c. A room in a private home for such a collection.
d. An institution or foundation maintaining such a collection.
2. A set of things similar to a library in appearance, function, or organization, especially:
a. A series of books issued by a publisher.
b. A collection of standard routines used in computer programs, usually stored as an executable file.
c. A collection of cloned DNA sequences whose location and identity can be established by mapping the genome of a particular organism.
d. A collection of proteins generated from the collected DNA sequences that express them, used for tracking metabolic functions of proteins in diseases such as cancer, for the synthesis of new drugs, and for other proteomics research.


A reasonable definition, but is that all these magnificent buildings are? What do you think and which is the most appealing? 

I offer you just a few, for the rest, please go to   http://tinyurl.com/mqtoqz5



 Royal Portuguese Reading Room — Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



miragebookmark.ch                                                                             bookpatrol.tumbir.com


Reading Room at La Sorbonne — Paris, France



 


bluesyemre.com/                                                                                                        commons.wikimedia.org




Frederick Thompson Memorial Library at Vassar College — Poughkeepsie, N.Y.



                                                                                         hcap.artstor.org








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