Walking into the library is like entering the Harry Potter world. The library is also a popular place to punch in and see a lot of friends coming to take pictures, but still have a lot of learning to keep quiet.
The State Library of South Australia is a very beautiful ancient European-style library. The collection here is very large, with more than 4 million volumes. The whole library looks very simple and atmospheric, as if it is a Harry Potter-like world, it is really worth visiting.
Wander around Adelaide South Australia State Library and Art Gallery. Enjoy the beautiful things and appreciate the fun.
Founded in 1834, the State Library of South Australia (State Library of South Australia) is located in the city centre of Adelaide, close to the University of Adelaide. There are many newspapers and periodicals in the library, including general collections, rare collections, and more. There are children's books and a rich collection of non-book cultural relics.
The State Library of South Australia, or SLSA, formerly known as the Public Library of South Australia, located on North Terrace, Adelaide, is the official library of the Australian state of South Australia.It is the largest public research library in the state, with a collection focus on South Australian information, being the repository of all printed and audiovisual material published in the state, as required by legal deposit legislation.It holds the "South Australiana" collection, which documents South Australia from pre-European settlement to the present day, as well as general reference material in a wide range of formats, including digital, film, sound and video recordings, photographs, and microfiche.Home access to many journals, newspapers and other resources online is available.
The State Library of South Australia is the information collection center of South Australia. It is located in the North Terrace Cultural District and is open seven days a week (except public holidays). There are 3 buildings in the library: the award-winning contemporary Catherine Helen Spence Wing with an iconic glass foyer, the 19th-century Victorian magnificent Mortlock Wing, and the listed Mortlock Wing. Entered the Institute Building of 1861 Cultural Heritage. Huge stone pillars, golden walls, wrought iron retro railings, and glass transparent domes, all of which seem to have come out of the Harry Potter School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, made the South Australia State Library selected as one of the "World's 20 Most Beautiful Libraries". The predecessor of the State Library of South Australia was the South Australian Literacy Association founded in 1834. After several changes of name, it was changed to the current name of the State Library of South Australia in 1967. The current museum also houses the Royal Geographical Society of South Australia and the National Archives of Australia. Picture 1-2: The Society Building built in 1861; Picture 3: The Mortlock Wing, built in 1884, called Jervois Wing in 1967, and named Mortlock Wing after 2003; Picture 4-7: Motlock The interior view of the Ke Wing Library. The electric lights in the library were installed in 1914. The Dent and Sons wall clock at the end of Figure 7 was installed in 1887. It was 50 pounds at that time, which is equivalent to today’s 3,000 US dollars. Now it needs to be wound once a week. Accurate travel time; Picture 8-9: Interior view of Katherine Helen Spencer Wing; Picture 10: Observe the Mortlock Wing next to Mortlock Wing through the glass windows of Katherine Helen Spencer Wing.