A short stop in Liverpool also left some impressions.
Liverpool Central Library, the oldest building was built in 1860. After renovation, the interior presents a blend of modernity and classicism. The carved iron spiral staircase is very exquisite, and there is a surprisingly large collection of rare ancient books of hundreds of years. Sitting in such a library makes me feel good.
The Liverpool Central Library is amazing, and the reading room is very British. The library is definitely a model of the perfect combination of classic and modern. Other classical appearances, modern ones are the variety of his collection and smooth borrowing procedures.
Liverpool Central Library is quite a big place. Liverpool is also a very unique British city. The library environment is very good. You can see many different versions of old books. The library layout is very compact. Read here. Also very good.
[Interest] Very interesting
The Liverpool Central Library is an old building with a history of over 100 years, and part of it has been renovated, with free reading rooms, and there is a book museum dedicated to displaying some valuable ancient books, which is well worth a visit.
Not far from the railway station, it consists of a rectangular building and a circular building. It has a history of more than 100 years, but it was overhauled in 2008. You can apply for a library card, and the time limit for borrowing books is shorter than that of the school, but the renewal of borrowing will not be affected. I can borrow some relatively new books that the school does not have.