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14 Of The World’s Most Exquisite Libraries by Christoph Seelbach

German photographer Christoph Seelbach has created a photography series under the name of Bibliotheken, which features some of the most exquisite libraries in the world. This project reveals the majestic interior of some of the worlds most eye-opening libraries around today. Although the photographer has focused only on European libraries but they are undeniably extraordinary.

National Library in Vienna, Austria

National Library Vienna Austria

Abbey Library in Admont, Austria

Abbey Library Admont Austria

Abbey Library in St. Florian, Austria

Abbey Library St. Florian Austria

Abbey Library in Kremsmünster, Austria

Abbey Library Kremsmünster Austria

Saxony State and University Library in Dresden, Germany

Saxony State and University Library Dresden Germany

The City Library in Malmo, Sweden

City Library Malmo Sweden

Konstanz University of Applied Sciences Library in Germany

Konstanz University of Applied Sciences Library Germany

Leipzig University Library (aka Bibliotheca Albertina) in Germany

Leipzig University Library Bibliotheca Albertina Germany

The University Library of Graz in Austria

University Library of Graz Austria

Vilnius University Library in Lithuania

Vilnius University Library Lithuania

The Royal Library in Copenhagen, Denmark

Royal Library Copenhagen Denmark

Abbey Library in Melk, Austria

Abbey Library in Melk Austria

Weimar, Duchess Anna Amalia Library

Weimar, Duchess Anna Amalia Library

Wiblingen Abbey in Ulm, Germany

Wiblingen Abbey in Ulm Germany

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