John Rylands Library

Manchester, United Kingdom

A masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture, John Ryland’s Library was built to commemorate the life of one of Manchester’s most celebrated industrialists. Now it is one of the city’s best attractions, not only for its incredible architecture, but also for its collection of rare books and religious texts. These range from early editions of Darwin’s ‘Origin of the Species‘ to the amazing ‘Gutenberg Bible‘.

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