Boston Public Library, across the street from Capley Square. It is the public library with the largest collection (second only to the Library of Congress, Harvard Library); the first public library to open a children's reading room; and the first public library to include video materials on loan. The Boston Public Library is also famous for its buildings. The architectural style is Renaissance. There are also many exquisite murals and sculptures in the library. Readers have their own desks in the reading room. Each desk is equipped with a lamp. The Boston Public Library also hosts a number of activities. In the center of the building is a courtyard surrounded by a Renaissance archway. The end of the Boston Marathon is at the Boston Public Library. Public libraries are found all over the United States, not only in New York, Boston, Chicago and other megacities, but also in some remote towns. The purpose of American public libraries is "to use the best books at the lowest cost for the largest number of readers". As long as they are local residents, they can get a library card. There is no charge for returning it on time. If it is overdue, there will be a charge. Many public libraries also have Chinese books (books published in mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan). Internet access is also free.
Walk into the first large public library in the United States, through the glorious Renaissance era. I once saw the largest public library in the United States in the picture. I was so impressed by it that I came to Boston just to see these places that I missed. There are many exquisite murals and sculptures in the museum. Architecture and decoration design are beautiful. Looking at it, I still think I am in an art gallery. The most important thing is that there are so many books in it. We also see books with Chinese traditional characters. It is a luxury to read in such an environment. In addition to envy, or envy!
Boston is also a major attraction, located in the west of the artist's Capley Square, next to the Trinity Cathedral, the traffic is very convenient. It is the largest public library in the United States. It has a lot of artistic flavor, although it is a library, because there are a lot of murals and beautiful sculptures in it. Suddenly, I felt that Boston is a very beautiful and artistic city with perfect combination of modern and classical. I really like it!
The palace-like public buildings are less magnificent than the Library of Congress, but they seem to be more suitable for reading. The atmosphere is very good. They seem to travel through time and space, and have modern service facilities and processes. There are many important public facilities around them to be bundled. The subway is accessible.
The Public Library of Boston, the largest city library in the United States. Its collection is second only to the Library of Congress and the Harvard Library. The library was built in 1895, based on the architectural style of the Italian Renaissance. It faces the famous Trinity Church Trinity Church.
The Boston Public Library, built in 1895 and open to the public, is the largest urban public library in the United States. It has more than 15 million books, the second largest collection after the Library of Congress and the Harvard University Library. The library is unique in shape, luxurious and magnificent. Like palaces, there are many exquisite murals and sculptures in the library.
Boston Public Library is the largest urban public library in the United States. Its collection is second only to the Library of Congress and Harvard University Library. It was built in 1895 and opened to the public. The library is a typical European-style building, with marble staircases and various sculpture frescoes like palaces. The library is very quiet. Visiting the library is free of charge.
The public library is situated next to Capri Square in Houwan, opposite the famous Trinity Church. Boston Public Library is the largest urban public library in the United States. It has more than 15 million books, second only to the Library of Congress and the Library of Harvard University. The Boston Public Library Building was built in 1888 and opened to the public in 1895. It is called the Palace of the People. Its purpose is "free for all". Classical interior decoration is exquisite, vaults, murals, chandeliers, statues, no less beautiful, let people linger. Two stone lion statues at the entrance of the stairs and large murals on the walls around them create a sacred and solemn atmosphere. On the second floor, the main reading room (Bates Hall) is very shocking, with its high vault, oak bookshelves, rows of neat tables and green lamps. Reading here is absolutely enjoyable. Even tourists can sit down and read books. In the center of the building, there is a sculpture courtyard with a fountain surrounded by a Renaissance monastery arcade with tables and chairs for readers to relax. The opening time is 9 a.m. from Monday to Saturday and 1 p.m. on Sunday.
What a shock! Located in the center of Boston's busiest district, it is no less than any complex mall in China. The zoning is clear, open and pluralistic. Every country and age can find their own needs; unexpectedly, they have found two Chinese book walls! An endless stream of people, but not a trace of noise. Even the black old lady who went shopping was willing to come in and sit on the sofa and take a nap in the newspaper. I can't stop crying when I go out. That's why the Emperor of America is stronger than us.
Boston Public Library is the largest urban public library in the United States. It has more than 15 million books, second only to the Library of Congress and the Harvard University Library. The building is based on the Italian Renaissance architectural style, opposite the famous Trinity Church, not far from the Boston Museum of Art. The building specially designed a children's reading room, which was the first in the country at that time. ?