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Stuttgart City LIbrary, Stuttgart
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Stuttgart City LIbrary is located in Stuttgart. By using our Stuttgart tourist route planner, you can arrange your visit to Stuttgart City LIbrary and other attractions in Stuttgart.
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  • Too little seating, unfriendly staff and also more vacuum space as a real bib... I can't get back.
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  • I think it's one of the best libraries in the world. Very sychchroni construction, a white background which creates perfect contrast with the various colors of the books. Many benches next to libraries for reading and relaxation. Very good choice for toddlers a and is designed for children, massages, skin instantly in touch with the book through the game. Worth a visit.
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  • On the occasion of our Stuttgart visit, we ran by chance at the city library, and were attracted by the nature of the architecture. Since we have a similar cube in Hall with the University library we were curious to see how feels this building from the inside. Light, transparent, very appealing. It was built by a South Korean architect Eun Young Yi. Surprising reading room construction, Atrium-like. From the top (roof terrace), you have a great view over the city. It is designed quite differently than in Hall, but it is absolutely charming and well worth every visit has something left for architecture (or times must be a clean place).
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