Brooklyn Public Library - Central Branch
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Central Library is located at 10 Grand Army Plaza, at the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Eastern Parkway.
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Brooklyn's Central Library is literally open 7 days a week for your convenience. The building's history dates to 1889, when the Brooklyn Park Commission was authorized to select a location for the library. In 1912, ground was broken on architect Raymond F. Almirall’s imposing Beaux-Arts design, but…
The main branch of the Brooklyn Public Library is a beautiful building in itself, also a great place to work or step in from the cold/heat.
This is the main Brooklyn Public Library, housed in a wonderful, eclectic building between the Brooklyn Museum and Grand Army Plaza.
A beautiful building, with great wifi, and washrooms, so you may want to peep info or amenities, to say nothing of the extensive collections, internet access and loads of history.
Love the Grand Army Plaza, its definitely grand! So much to see and do in this area and The Brooklyn Public Library is beautiful and massive.
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