University Library "Gheorghe Asachi" from Iasi, 1st among the most beautiful libraries in the world

28 Feb 2016

 

The Library of the Technical University of Iasi was designated the most beautiful library in the world, the ranking resulting from a survey conducted by the portal: http://www.boredpanda.com/extraordinary-libraries/ where the vote is open.

 

 


Library Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi The most beautiful in the world

 

At least this is the opinion of many visitors of the site that posted an online survey for nine days.

 

Over 400,000 users so far analyzed the proposals of the specialized portal, in finding and promoting special images from the world.

 

The University Library "Gheorghe Asachi" University ranked first in user preferences, an honorable position, given the fact that among the "competitors", there are some architectural masterpieces, such as the Library of Trinity College Dublin, the Portuguese Royal Library in Rio de Janeiro, the National Library in Prague or France. (See photo below - Source http://www.boredpanda.com/).

 

The library of the Technical University of Iasi was founded in 1892.

 

 

Biblioteca Regală Portugheză de la Rio de Janeiro

 

Portuguese Royal Library in Rio de Janeiro

 

 

 

Biblioteca Colegiului Trinity din Dublin

 

Trinity College Library in Dublin

 

 

Biblioteca Naţională din Praga

 


National Library in Prague

 

 

 

 

 

Biblioteca Naţională din Paris

 

National Library in Paris

 

 

 

 

Translated and arranged after an article from: 

 


(Radio Iasi / PHOTO tuiasi.ro)

 

 

 

Source: http://radioiasi.ro/stiri/biblioteca-universitara-gheorghe-asachi-din-iasi-locul-1-in-topul-celor-mai-frumoase-biblioteci-din-lume/

 

 

 

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