Most Interesting Bookstores of the World

Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Most interesting bookstores of the world.


Selexyz Bookstore in Maastricht, Holland. The bookstore is installed in an old Dominican church.




The coffee shop of the Selexyz Bookstore in Maastricht is settled in the altar of the church.




Borderlands Science Fiction Bookstore in San Francisco is home to this hairless Sphynx cat.





Shakespeare & Co. Antiquarian Books, Paris. Probably the most photographed bookstore of the world.




On the third floor of the bookstore Shakespeare & Co. in Paris, you’ll find this bed and the motice board behind.




The Academic Bookstore (Akateeminen Kirjakauppa) in the center of Helsinki is built by the famous Finnish architect Alvar Aalto (father of modernism) and is one of the largest bookstores in Scandinavia.




The Art Nouveau facade of the Lello bookstore in Porto, Portugal.




The Lello bookstore in Porto, Portugal, is open since 1906 and is surely one of the most beautiful bookstores of the world.




A view of the stained glass ceiling of the Lello bookstore in Porto.




The stairs inside the bookstore Lello in Porto.




Another view of the interieur of the bookstore Lello in Porto.




Borders Bookstore in the Time Warner Center, New York City, overlooking the Columbus Circle and the Columbus statue.




A very cramped bookstore in Calcutta, India.




Mona Lisait, another great bookshop in the center of Paris. Here you see the third floor with prints and posters.



The bookstore El Ateneo in Buenos Aires was a real theater and then a movie theater once before getting a bookstore.

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