I have posted already the photo from Central Library in Liverpool, made during a day. After I returned from Dublin, I went there again to make some shots when the glass dome above was in darkness. I found this building awesome. More photos you can see on my FB page.
The library is located in several adjoining historic buildings on the city's historic William Brown Street. The library's first building was the William Brown Library and Museum building which was completed in 1860 and which it has always shared with the city's museum, now known as World Museum Liverpool. The library was then extended further to the right with the addition in 1879 of the Picton Reading Room and to the rear with the Hornby Library in 1906. All three of these buildings are Grade II* listed buildings and are built in a classical style similar to other buildings on the street.
Liverpool city library is celebrating an exciting new chapter after being named the city’s best attraction.
The library was named number one out of 124 attractions in the city by travel review site TripAdvisor.
The library was opened in May after a £50m restoration.
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