Egeskov castle in Denmark dates from 1554 with a library collection of seashells, animal bones, and books. The owners over the centuries went to great lengths to be well prepared for unwanted house guests and attacks. Today Egeskov castle is the home of Count Michael Ahlefeldt-Laurvig-Bille and his wife, Princess Alexandra of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (part of … More Libraries Round the World: Seashells, Bones, and Books at Denmark’s Egeskov Castle
Take a peek inside the historic estate Tatton Park and their private library now open to the public. … More Libraries Round the World – The Mansion at Tatton Park, England
Libraries are everywhere – even in an old, dangerous, English cotton mill. Read on to gain a new appreciation for your old, worn-out, cotton t-shirt!
… More Libraries Round the World: England’s Quarry Bank Mill