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Biblioteca Casanatense, Rome

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  • The monumental hall hosts an incredible collection of ancient books, that belong to the Dominican order (even if it is mistakenly attributed to the Jesuits). In fact, you can find references to their ...  more »
  • Beautifully carved wood, peace and quiet, classes being held, painted ceilings, rolling ladders, hidden spiral staircases--this is a librarian's dream library. Check their website for their hours. No ...  more »
  • I've never seen anything like this. If you like the sense of fairytale and adventure you NEED to visit Casanatense! The staff are SO nice and willing to tell you alike about the place and the story.  more »
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  • Impressive
  • Great library, bright and quiet: a perfect place to regain focus and study. Courteous staff. Two steps from Pantheon.
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  • Visited by chance passing by the close traverse where the entrance, almost hidden. A treasure trove of beauty and wisdom, worth seeing, particularly the Hall with the Globes, a wonder that makes you want to go back to the times when the study was not to all but scholars were worthy of the name!
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  • Magnificent. Should be made more accessible
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  • I don't know why the user's comment below has written that the library is open only on Mondays from 11.30 to 12.30. In fact, the library is open every day from 8.00 to 18.45 less on Saturdays it closes at 13.30. Maybe then referred to the timetable of the free guided tours to monumental Hall, news however incorrect anyway because the Salon is open daily from 11.30. However, check the news on the site of the library
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