L is for the LiYuan Library

letter LThe A to Z Challenge is going strong. We’re back today with a new library that’s truly unlike any you’ve seen before. This library is totally unique because it’s constructed with glass walls and 40,000 sticks.

The LiYuan Library located in Beijing, China is an eco-friendly reading destination with beautiful scenery and a lovely collection of books. The floor of the library serves as reading space and the glass windows let in lots of natural light. What’s really cool is that all of the sticks used to build this library are from the surrounding area and the village nearby.

The LiYuan Library

Beijing Library
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Beijing Library
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LiYuan Library
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Beijing Library
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LiYuan Library
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Beijing Library
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See you tomorrow.

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