Biblioteca Comunale Mozzi-Borgetti

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Biblioteca Comunale Mozzi-Borgetti

Biblioteca Comunale Mozzi-Borgetti
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Marcolino S
Macerata, Marche, Italy306 contributions
Stunning library
Feb 2018 • Solo
I love this library in the city center of Macerata. It's just a perfect place to go to study or borrow some books or also read some magazines.
Written 25 February 2018
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Brian B
London, UK225 contributions
Fantastic collection in an atmospheric building
Nov 2017 • Couples
Well-organised books from 16th century onwards, and there are apparently manuscripts that we didn't see. The rooms are arranged thematically from religion to science. Great collection of science and maths books, including what looked to us like the complete Encyclodpedie of Diderot and D'Alembert, lots of the letters maths books, Newton (first?) edition of the Principia, etc etc. I'd love to come back one day to read some of them.The walls are decorated with paintings of famous scientists: Newton, Grotius, Boyle, etc. A very lovely 19th century clock. Loved it.
Written 2 December 2017
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locomotore
Nasushiobara, Japan872 contributions
pure marvel !!! (and free of charges)
Jul 2015 • Solo
By pure chance I happened to visit this library: it was almost closing time, but a very helpful guide offered to show me the 5 rooms located on the first floor, where the library most antique books are kept.
Absolutely fantastic: the ceilings are all frescoed with different themes; every room houses a different thematic (philosophy, theology, history of the Church, lives of the Saints, etc), and most of the books kept here are from 17th and 18th centuries. Books mostly in italian and latin, but also in french and english.
The library houses more than 350k books, some of which are unique pieces.
A splendid collection which I highly recommend visiting.
Written 31 August 2015
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