Libraries

White Chandelier

 Strange round chandelier at the National Library (Biblioteca Nationala).

Decorated Room

Great details from inside the Bucharest National Library (Biblioteca Nationala) building. These pictures are from the Night of the Libraries (Noaptea Bibliotecilor), that took place on 1 October 2011 and let the visitors inside the major libraries of Bucharest to visit them until 4 AM in the morning.

New Books

And if the books from the teachers’room were too old, here you can find the most recent ones. At the “Carol I” Central University Library of Bucharest (Biblioteca Centrala Universitara “Carol I”).

Old Books

Old books from a room dedicated to teachers at the “Carol I” Central University Library of Bucharest (Biblioteca Centrala Universitara “Carol I”).

Late Office Work

This lady from Biblioteca Centrala Universitara was at her desk on the Saturday night, dedicated for the Night of the Libraries (Noaptea Bibliotecilor) event that took place on 1 October 2011.

Everything on Green

Everything on green seems to be the rule for this small place from the “Carol I” Central University Library of Bucharest (Biblioteca Centrala Universitara “Carol I”).

Inside the Library of the Romanian Academy

Because this week was dedicated to books and their public homes, let’s have a look inside the Library of the Romanian Academy (Biblioteca Academiei Romane). Old titles on many subjects can be found here.

News of the Day

Continuing the story of the first Night of the Libraries (Noaptea Bibliotecilor) with a pile of “Romania Libera” newspapers and with some dedicated boxes of “Monitorul Oficial“. The pictures are from the Library of the Romanian Academy (Biblioteca Academiei Romane).

Retro Library View

Last Saturday, Bucharest offered the first edition of an interesting white night, called the Night of the Libraries (Noaptea Bibliotecilor). 13 libraries took part in Bucharest together with other institutions from all over the country, organizing free visits and events until morning. So the next days on this blog will be about books and their ‘houses’. First […]