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Sunday, October 06, 2013

The 10 Weirdest And Most Wonderful Libraries In The World, LitReactor

Column by Kimberly Turner, LitReactor
  1. The Biblioburro: Delivering Books Via Donkey
  2. The Levinski Garden Library: Cataloging Emotional History
  3. Arma de Instrucci on Masiva (Weapon of Mass Instruction): Attacking With Knowledge
  4. Mechanical Libraries: Vending 24 Hours A Day
  5. Biblioteca Sandro Penna: Terrifying Alien Abductees Since 2004
  6. Epos Book Boat: Floating Books In The Fjords
  7. Stuttgart City Library: Putting The Focus On Books
  8. The Kenyan Camel Library: Serving Nomadic Populations
  9. Micro Libraries: Transforming Objects Into Book Havens
  10. Vasconcelos Library: Entering The Matrix
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