Berlin State Library

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Berlin State Library
Berlin State Library
With a thriving literary past and present, the German capital shines bright through its quietest destinations: libraries. At the Berlin State Library, you can admire a Gutenberg bible, the world’s largest bound atlas, and the original score for Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. But you’ll likely find that Berlin's libraries are just as appealing to the eye as to the mind.
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Potsdamer Stra├če 33, 10785 Berlin, Germany