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Mortlock Library one of the world's most beautiful

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

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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 WorldHistory of the Mortlock Wing

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