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It's an historic place, including being the first jail - you can read all about the history there. I usually sit by a window, enjoy the fresh air, and get completely indulged in a book. I also go here if I need to use the...More
We visited the library while walking around Nassau. The building stands out with its pink color and octagonal shape. It dates from 1797 and was originally a jail. The inside was quite small and really something to see. Every possible space was crammed with books...More
As a book with a very nice Cover and a average content, it's the perfect example for this place, the architecture is pretty colorful on the outside, it attracts the attention and invite to came in, but already In the inside, isn't impressing as you...More
We popped our heads in this tiny library and it was amazing. The structure was once a colonial jail, dating back to 1797, when it became the first building in Parliament Square. Per Wikipedia, "The building is said to have been inspired by the Old...More