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Biblioteca Angelica, Rome

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  • in the heart of Rome, with small side entrance to the imposing staircase of the Church, you go up to what might be called "reading room" to be minimalists, and is a wonderful Centenary Library! 3 floors, 3 Shelves of books < very lighted by large Windows, there is really a good air here ... you may well sit and study more total calm ... Although I don't think I could surrounded by this wonder! And ... how nice that is open and Accessible! :)
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  • We saw the entrance to the library after visiting the Sant ’Agostino church, which is next door. This is a public library that is steeped in history - it is supposed to be one of the most ancient publ...  more »
  • The oldest public library in Italy. It is located in piazza Sant'Agostino, near the piazza Navona. Contains thousands of rare volumes donated by Cardinal Angelo Rocca. To visit at least once in their lifetime. Gorgeous, gorgeous.
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  • Astonished that someone else left such a negative review for the staff's ability in foreign languages! I agree that the staff may not necessarily be the best, but the library is absolutely stunning. If I had to pinpoint a negative side, then it's the amount of noisy tourists visiting the main room who never show respect for the obvious library behaviour code.
  • Unhelpful staff. Don't bother going if you can't speak Italian.
  • Instead, the beauty that takes your breath away, for reading and study. The Hall is unique and there are few places, some reserved for readers of the library material and the remaining students from their books, this is useful to arrive early in order to secure a place. Admission to the Hall is free and you do not need no pass, just an identity card.
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  • Difficult to find because it does not appear in tourist guides.
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  • Amazing, charming old library 📖 📑📚😍