The building itself is a combination of old and new, like many people here have pointed out. The collection of books is great and quite big, and the staff is helpful. There are also computers you can use for free and I think there's a free wifi for your own device as well, I'm not completely sure. There's also a cafe (which I haven't tried yet myself). A great place to read international magazines and books in various languages and see some Finnish culture. There's also the music section upstairs where you can borrow cds and stuff. The atmosphere is peaceful.
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