The Victoria National Library, located in Melbourne, Australia, is the oldest public library in Australia and one of the largest libraries in the world. Its location is quite good. Just opposite the Melbourne Center, next to the Royal Polytechnic University, the library completely retains the style of classical English architecture. The most famous one is that it is famous for its built in 1913. The world's big dome reading room, looking up at the dome, it will give you a very deep sense of exploration. Apart from the normal registration process for borrowing books, everything else here is free to watch, including the illustrations, sculptures and antiquities that are stored in it can be visited free of charge. Walking into the library, I immediately felt a strong sense of history. This library is simply a museum of history. There are many famous paintings and collections on the first floor. If you have time to stay in it, or you can read English books, it is very suitable to soak for a whole day. In fact, I just want to take a picture overlooking the whole library from the top.