Monday, April 15, 2013

The 11 Most Beautiful Public Libraries in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn Public Library Bushwick
9. Bushwick Library
This branch is built in a classical style, almost bland if not for the nice columns and stone work at the entrance. But what really makes this library beautiful is the romance of ruin—it's 95 years old and looks it. [photo]

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