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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Inside the British Library

The central hall over what used to be the Reading Room is a rather excellent piece of function architecture, and worth a visit for that alone. Of course, the British Museum does have unbelievable riches from all around the world, but this is good, too.

posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 2

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Anonymous imajoebob said ... (03:06) : 

Always enjoy a visit to the British Museum. Only complaint is they must share the curator with the National Portrait Galaxy. If one example is good, two is better; if two is better than 117 must be great!. Despite the overdose of crumbly bits (almost as many as Hogarths in the NPG) that litter every corner of the place, it's a great tour. Worth it for the Rosetta Stone alone


Blogger Gunn said ... (08:47) : 

Great architecture and a great composition in your image.


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