We’ve made it to the letter O in the A to Z Challenge. And I have to say that today’s library location is one of my favorites. The Library of Parliament in Ottawa, Canada is a Victorian and Gothic masterpiece.
Established in 1876, the library still serves as the main research and information repository for the Parliament of Canada. Also known as the Bibliothèque du Parlement in French, this library currently holds a collection of 600,000 items. However, the library’s resources are mostly reserved for parliamentary business.
The Ottawa Library of Parliament
See you tomorrow for the letter P.