The World’s Most Beautiful Library

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The Klementinum library is considered to be the most beautiful one to has ever existed. With an exquisite example of Baroque architecture, this library was first opened as part of the Jesuit University in 1722. It houses roughly 20,000 books.

Actually, this library used to be the third-largest Jesuit college in the world and is even featured in a novel by famous Spanish-language writer Jorge Luis Borges. It is now home to many historical books and collections of Czech language literature. They will eventually be available on Google Books.

As you can see from the pictures, this library is definitely one of a kind.

Let us know if you’d like to visit this fascinating place!

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