The library is very quiet and comfortable. The door opens at eleven o'clock on weekends. If you arrive early, you can sit outside for a while. People who don't borrow books can still wander around reading magazines without getting a card. There are quite a few noon books, and some reading rooms related to local industries. Unfortunately, there is little financial economy.
The building resembling the Colosseum in Rome, Italy, is Vancouver's largest public library. It has a unique appearance. It is made up of many cylinders surrounded by a circle, so it has a large area. There are many CD-ROMs and video materials besides the traditional books. The library has a very rich collection of books, which is absolutely worth visiting.
Although the external building is very general, but the internal structure is very good. The circular atrium leads directly to the top floor. The shelves built according to the wall are all books. It feels very good. There is a reading room beside it. It can take the computer to visit the places for self-study. It is also free to visit. It is recommended that visitors should keep quiet and not disturb the people who read books. After all, it is not a special scenic spot for visitors.
In front of the main library in DOWNTOWN, Vancouver, there is always a group of pigeons, who are eagerly looking for food at your feet. Although there are many high-end goods and hotels outside the building, people inside the building seem to be enticed to enjoy their spiritual feast quietly.
The very famous Vancouver library is in DT. It looks like the Colosseum in ancient Rome.
The Vancouver Public Library is located next to the hotel I live in. After a day's hiking, the next day I wanted to relax, so I chose to go to the library after breakfast. The library did not open until 11 o'clock on the weekend, but a group of progressives had been waiting at the door for a long time. The building, which resembles the Roman Colosseum, is Vancouver's largest public book system. It contains books, newspapers, audio-visual and microfiche materials, with a total collection of more than 2.67 million. There is a special Chinese preview area. Of course, according to the characteristics of Vancouver's economic development, the books collected here mainly involve music, art, literature, science and technology, language and social sciences. Not much for the financial economy.
Beautiful Vancouver Public Library! Canadian Canada with unique shape and compatibility!
There are many libraries in Vancouver, only the central library is located in downtown, the most unique shape, the most abundant collection. Especially for Chinese books, the right hand side of the door is a big one. Wi-Fi is provided in the library. The signal is very strong. You need to input your own book card number and password to connect.