Nice library, also a university full of memories, the school and the neighborhood basically integrated. Nothing to introduce, 19th century old school, Britain's top 10 universities. That's it. There is a long, big slope along the road in the dorm. Sainsbury is often the one who goes to buy goods, and 10 pounds, 3 boxes, and 24 pieces of philero, are incomparable to the domestic price.
The central library is located behind the church and the city hall, and the building itself has a certain historical feel. The relatively high-land shell next to the riverbank can see traces of pipeline packages added later. You can't enter the original door now. You have to enter from the glass door on the side. It feels a little suspended here, and it's quite exciting to walk. The library is relatively quiet and there are not many people.
Originally an annex of Bristol Cathedral, it is now transformed into the Bristol Central Library, which is open to the public free of charge, and various temporary exhibitions are held irregularly. Just next to Bristol Cathedral, you can take a look after you come out of the church, it is obviously divided into two parts, the old and the new.
The Bristol Central Library is really good,