The library is also one of the attractions worth checking in, especially the book wall inside, which is very shocking. The colorful books are really gorgeous. I saw many internet celebrities taking pictures here.
There is nothing special about the library itself, just like most of the libraries we see. Why has the Prague Library become a check-in place for tourists and friends? It is because there is a very special piece of art in the hall. This work by Slovak artist Matej Kren is called "IDIOM", also known as "Jingzhu". It was built with more than 8,000 old books fixed. Seen from a distance, it looks like a pillar (the chimney is both visually sensible), but the inside is hollow when viewed up close
Czechoslovakia disintegrated in 1992, Vaclav Havel was elected President of the Czech Republic in 1993, re-elected in 1998, and resigned in 2003.
This museum has been in the Czech Republic for some time, and the entire library has a lot of books.
Here you can see a lot of literature and history, if you like these friends, don't miss it.