Biggest Library in the World

The biggest library in the world, according to the Guinness Book of Records, is the Library of Congress found in the United States. The judgment was based on the shelf space that the library collection occupies. The Library of Congress occupies a space of about 850 km (530 miles) for its 150 million item collections.

Library of Congress – World’s biggest library
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The inside:
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British Library is the United Kingdom’s national library. British Library shelf space is 625 km (388 miles) long.
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The inside:
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Other Big Libraries:

Bibliotheque nationale de France – is the National Library of France, located in Paris.
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The inside:
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