The Internet Is Falling in Love With This Stunning Library in Prague

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Prague is known for many things – The vast history, the delicious food, the copious amounts of beer… And apparently the libraries?

Yep, an ancient library that has been standing in the middle of the Czech capital since the 1700s has been gaining a lot of attention from travelers for its stunning architecture and aesthetic.

Keep scrolling to see this beautiful building for yourself…

The bustling capital of the Czech Republic has long been a hot spot for avid travelers and tourists for decades.

The ancient city is simply bursting with history and culture, with endless things to see and do.

The Czech Republic is famous for its high standards in food and drink, and the city of Prague is no exception. Did someone say dumplings and endless pints of pilsner?

Many parts of Prague, including it’s Old Town Square, has remained relatively untouched since the 10th century.

Some that are older than our entire country, in fact.

Which brings us to the whole point of this story…

Now, I know what you’re thinking – Have I scrolled this far to just read about an old library?!

This isn’t just any old library.

Also known as the most beautiful library in the world.

But, thanks to the tremendous quality of care it has received from dedicated library workers and bookkeepers, it hasn’t aged a day.

Including a vast collection of historical Czech literature, including works by the famous Biblioteca Nationalis.

Or maybe not, on second thoughts.

But even if you’re not the biggest book worm…

The stunning decoration and aesthetic should be enough for a justified visit.

Which were painted by the acclaimed artist, Jan Hiebl.

It is completely out of this world.

Be right back, just booking a one-way ticket to Prague… For more phenomenal architecture that will put our country to shame, keep scrolling…