Mortlock Library one of the world's most beautiful

By / 7th of August, 2014

Travel + Leisure magazine have named the Mortlock Wing of the State Library of South Australia as the world's 20th most beautiful library.

The Mortlock Wing was designed by Colonial Architect E.J. Woods and built by Brown and Thompson at a cost of 36,395 pounds in 1884.

Travel + Leisure: Most Beautiful Libraries in the World

History of the Mortlock Wing

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