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Trinity College Library

Trinity College, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
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Trinity College is home to one of the world's truly great libraries. It contains a stunning 5 million books, and serves as a repository of a wealth of historical documents and research material. Among their collection are the famous Book of Kells and other manuscripts painstakingly hand-written by Celtic monks. Though the library in fact comprises several buildings, the imposing Old Library building that attracts the most visitors. If it looks familiar to sci-fi fans, that’s because the library was used as a model for the jedi archives in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.

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4.5 out of 5
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238 people visited Trinity College Library

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