The Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World
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A Gorgeous Converted Dominican Church Gives the Power of Reading its Due Diligence Selexyz Bookstore, Maastricht, Holland

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Modern Design at its Finest in a Store Full of Art Books. The Bookàbar Bookshop, Rome, Italy

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Wall-to-Wall Bookshelves with a Simple Clean Design. Plural Bookshop, Bratislava, Slovakia


A Neo-Gothic Bookstore(open in 1906) Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

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Cook & Book, Brussels, Belgium


A Magical  English-language Bookstore in Bookworm, Beijing, China

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El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires, Argentina

This majestic converted 1920s movie palace uses theatre boxes for reading rooms and draws thousands of tourists every year in Buenos Aires, Argentina (above).

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Poplar Kid's Republic, Beijing, China

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A Bookstore made almost entirely out of books (Including the Doors) . Livraria da Vila, Sao Paulo, Brazil

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A Bookstore with Green Spaces and Coffe Shops: Cafebreria El Pendulo, Mexico City, Mexico


 Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France


The Last Bookstore, Los Angeles, CA

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Atlantis Books, Santorini, Greece


The Largest Outdoor Bookstore in the World: Bart's Books, Ojai, California

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Corso Como Bookshop, Milan, Italy

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Barter Books, Alnwick, UK


The American Book Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands


Appears Like A Ship's Main Cabin: VVG Something, Taipei, Taiwan


Ler Devagar, Lisbon, Portugal

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A Slick, Super-Modern Design:Daikanyama T-Site, Tokyo, Japan