The National Library of France passes through a unique modern style bridge named Simon de Beauvoir Pedestrian Bridge. It is the 37th bridge in Paris. The main body of the bridge is a steel frame structure. The deck is covered with wooden panels. The two high and low steel frames link the banks of the Seine River. Most of the embankments of the Huangpu River in Shanghai are very high. In case of falling water, it is difficult to climb up. The two banks on both sides of the Seine River are high and low. The low bank is basically the same height as the water surface and far from the traffic flow. It is a good place for exercise and running. The bridge is pulled out from the high and low embankments, and the deck joins in the middle. Pedestrians can choose to go to the high or low banks on the other side.
The full name of the French National Library is the Francois Mitterrand National Library, which is a very modern tall glass curtain wall building. It is a treasure house of knowledge and one of the top ten libraries in the world. It is worth visiting. Even if it does not go in, the building itself is worth visiting.
The French National Library Richelieu, one of the ten most beautiful libraries in the world, was originally the residence of Prime Minister Richelieu of Louis XIII. The Richelieu quadrilateral with neoclassical style is elegant and solemn, with such scenery and careless reading.
In the center of the Tuhao Golden Building, there is a small forest in the National Library of France. In the corridor, glass windows are pasted to allow the changing natural light to penetrate the corridor through "murals", illusioning the grotesque expressionist works.
The National Library of France, also known as the Francois Mitterrand National Library of Paris, consists of two tall modern buildings with right angles, like two huge doors, which are very symbolic. It is also a new landmark of Paris, France. It is said to represent the door of knowledge. It is really very vivid.
The new library in France is richer on the spot than the four simple corner buildings in the previous photos. It has not only a large pine-planted courtyard, but also a large pedestal-like staircase. Most importantly, it has created a brand new library function model. Buried in the ground, there is a whole circle of corridors, and one reading room after another is strung around it. This model is very similar to the Shanghai South Railway Station. It uses a very homogeneous and simple method to reconstruct the original complex space streamline.
If you love French literature, no visit to the capital would be complete without a visit to its largest literature collection. The Bibliothèque Nationale is an impressive building commissioned by president François Mittérand. Not only can you visit the reading rooms for a small fee, but the library also has occasional exhibits on writers throughout the large building.
Biblioth &2; Quenationale de France, the French National Library, has branches all over Paris. The Mitterrand Pavilion is located on the left bank of the Seine River in Area 13. Collect more than 30 million precious books and documents of different periods. Modern glass buildings surround the central forest courtyard. The opening hours are from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00 and from 13:00 to 19:00 on Sunday. Adult tickets are 5 Euros, 18-26 years old, 3.5 Euros, free of charge under 18 years old. Get off Quaidela Gare Station on Metro Line M6.