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Experience the Beauty of Libraries Around the World Through This Instagram Series

Self-proclaimed “Instagram purist” Olivier Martel Savoie (@une_olive) has created #olive_libraries, a series of Instagram photographs portraying libraries around the world, using only the camera on his iPhone. Over the past two years, Savoie has traveled from his home city of Montréal, to Berlin, Amsterdam, Budapest, Rome, Riga, Paris, Moscow, and several other cities photographing the stunning architecture of libraries. Encountering language barriers and even intense security, Savoie’s dedication to taking the perfect photo has resulted in a stunning collection of images.
h/t: archdaily
 

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  1. Love libraries! I spent so much of my youth in the first tax-supported public library in the United States—the Brumback Library in Van Wert, Ohio. It looks like a small castle and, to me, it’s so beautiful!

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