New York Public Library, October 2013 – Architecture geoffmobile travel videos

Geoff from visits the Main Branch of the New York Public Library (completed in 1911).

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Wikipedia says, “Marble on the library building is about three feet thick, and the building is Vermont marble and brick all the way through. The exterior is 20,000 blocks of stone, each one numbered in preparation for a renovation announced in 2007. It stretches 390 feet along Fifth Avenue.”

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Camera: Sony RX100 Mk2
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