Duke of Humphrey’s Library, Bodleian, Oxford University

“Oxford’s libraries are among the most celebrated in the world, not only for their incomparable collections of
books and manuscripts, but also for their buildings, some of which have remained in continuous use since the Middle Ages. Among them the Bodleian, the chief among the University’s libraries, has a special place.”

Illustrated history of the library

Divinity School and Duke Humphrey's Library, Oxford

Divinity School and Duke Humphrey's Library, Oxford

(photo Chris Walton)