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A unusual bookstore

An unusual but truly amazing building (if one may use this term) of a bookstore in Aix en Provance, France. I would feel encouraged to go in 🙂

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For the love of libraries! 4

Autumn is a good time for reading – and I am a good example of this thesis, frequently visiting two libraries and enjoying some good reads. I decided it’s high time to come back to the series about libraries. And … Continue reading

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Virtual library in Cracow

I know this idea does not come as a novelty and it was probably used in many countries before, however, this is the first time I have heard of it in Poland – and I am happy that we are … Continue reading

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a business of the kind

No idea where it is. Kindness at its highest level. Amazing.

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For the love of libraries! 2

Some time ago I have started what promises to be an interesting journey throught shelves with books in some of the world’s most amazing and beautiful libraries. I was very happy to see that many of those who decided to … Continue reading

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How it feels sometimes

while reading a very interesting book 🙂 Having a lot from that lately.

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For the love of libraries! 1

Inspired by a recent radio programme on a station I listen to all the time, and by the amount of books I read myself I decided to initiate another series. It turns out there are such amazing, breathtaking, groundbraking, new … Continue reading

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Library in a hammam

Based in the old hammam (a Turkish bathhouse) in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, the |CON|Temporary Library Installation by Studio 8 ½ contains solely books of contemporary art. It provides many comfortable places to sit/lay, bookcases, magazines and newspapers’ shelves, as well as a computer with … Continue reading

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Le Bal des Ardents libraire

This is one cute, fascinating bookshop in Lyon, France. Just the arched entrance is amazing, form what I have managed to see (and understand in French) on their website the inside is just as magical.

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Literature vs. Traffic

A large scale, street version of “bookcrossing” – this isone of my first thought on this enormous project, another one from my favourite Luzinterruptus collective. This time, they were not creating in their homeland, Spain, but they were invited to … Continue reading

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