Barter Books, Alnwick

Barter Books, Alnwick

auntiespaz:

10 Awesome Bookstores Repurposed from Unused Structures

Flavorwire has compiled some of the most beautiful bookstores that have been put into some of the most unique and inconceivable places (a manure tank in Wisconsin?). I can’t stop drooling.

I would so totally go in costume to buy books at the castle, for no other reason than it’s a damn castle. It just begs for leggings and tunics and such.

bookporn:

IMGP0628 by Literary Tourist on Flickr.

I bet there’s a sword hidden somewhere in there.

bookporn:

IMGP0628 by Literary Tourist on Flickr.

I bet there’s a sword hidden somewhere in there.

(Source: zombiekadabra)

bookporn:

victoria bookshop (by Literary Tourist)

Let me descend into thee and spend hours in your depths!

bookporn:

victoria bookshop (by Literary Tourist)

Let me descend into thee and spend hours in your depths!

all-kinds:

There should be more places like this - people everywhere should allow themselves to be lost in a good book.

all-kinds:

There should be more places like this - people everywhere should allow themselves to be lost in a good book.

brain-food:

El Ateneo in Buenos Aires – A bookstore to end all bookstores

In Buenos Aires, in the former Grand Theatre opened a unique, one of a kind Bookstore. This theatre was opened in may 1919, then served as a cinema in the second half of the 1920 ‘s. In 2000 studio Grupo Ilhsa transformed the space into a bookstore named El Ateneo Grand Splendid, which is now the flagship, and takes more than a million visitors a year. (via Freeyork)