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victoria’s state library

While I was in Melbourne for six weeks, someone suggested I should visit the state’s library. I headed into the city by tram and found a not so impressive building — but that was only from its exterior. Inside was a different story.

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Tokyo City

Like Kyoto, it was hard to spot any tasteful modern buildings in Tokyo. Because there was a rush to build after the Second World War, perhaps less thought was given to design and more to necessity. Continue reading Tokyo City

Central Memorial Park Library

More than the books on a shelf of any library, it’s the atmosphere I’m drawn to when I walk through the door. My local library has a railway station feel so I drive a little further to use one that feels like home. Continue reading Central Memorial Park Library