Built in the 1890s, the John Rylands Library is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful libraries in the world; both the building and its collections are of outstanding international significance.
The building and architecture inside and out are so beautiful and interesting.
It is free to enter. You aren't aloud to take pictures of the open books in the display cases in the study room.
Check out their website, they do guided photography tours around the library to places that visitors aren't usually aloud to go.
This photospot was added by lucy cookney on March 2nd 2012