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Famous Literary Destinations For All The Book Lovers
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Shakespeare lovers, there can be nothing better than, Shakespeare’s Globe in London. It's here you can experience working theatre and visit Bankside, the Soho of Elizabethan London. Shakespeare’s Globe is a reconstruction of the open-air playhouse designed in 1599 where many of Shakespeare’s plays were performed. One can read about, attend talks, discussions and enjoy the most enriching plays of Shakespeare. Be it Macbeth or Dr. Faustus Shakespeare Globe will take you back to his age and time.




2. The City Of Literature

 

Melbourne city is designated as the UNESCO City of Literature due to its depth and vibrancy of the city’s literary culture. The city of literature, Melbourne is the home to numerous writers and publishers and nobody like Melburnians consume more books, magazines, and newspapers. The paradise for book lovers, where at every hook and corner you can discuss your favourite book, as literature is an integral part of Melbourne. Also, there are around 289 local libraries in Victoria, with 2.5 million members who borrow around 50 million items each year.

3. Pablo Nerudas Homes 5.0 

Pablo Nerudas Homes

 

The most amazing and wonderful poet Pablo Neruda is one of the favourite poets of all the book lovers, those who are into literature, won’t be able to resist themselves from reading the works of Pablo Neruda. There is no doubt that the Nobel-prize winner poet Pablo Neruda is one of the most renowned and world-famous Chileans in history. But his unconventional ways and vision go way beyond from poems and politics, reaching its homes and neighborhoods. As, three of his houses have become museums, open to everybody who wants to explore and get acquainted with his life and legacy. So book lovers if you are in Chile then you can’t afford to miss visiting Pablo Neruda’s homes.
 

4. Trinity College

 

The library of Trinity College, Dublin is 300 years old and the oldest in Ireland, with around 4.5 million books out of which, 250,000 of them are hosted in the famous 65 meters, Long Room. The Georgian architecture and antique interiors will take you back to Elizabethan age. Heaven for book lovers Trinity College is a must visit, to have a  fantastic book exploring and reading experience.
 

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