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July 31, 2021
ARTS & LEISURE BOOKS

The Book Garden opened

People residing or visiting Bucharest and seeking a few hours of silence and shade can enjoy the Book Garden, a space dedicated to reading and study, opened at the Bucharest Botanical Garden starting on Saturday.

In a space of approximately 550 square metres, arranged by the volunteers of Team Work Association, the visitors of the Botanical Garden may relax reading a book or attending a series of workshops offered by the organizers.

The space hosting an initial deposit of approximately 150 books, “most of them literature volumes” will be available for visitors every day, organizers declared, as quoted by Agerpres, mentioning that, soon, the space will be also enriched with an open air library including up to 2,000 books of all genres.

The space arranged at the Botanical Garden is dedicated to reading and study, and visitors may use it as they wish, with the sole obligation of respecting other people’s silence and well being.

There are also a few limitations for those interested in visiting the Book Garden, organizers warned; visitors must know that smoking is not allowed in the area, neither are picnics, and also, that it is not a playground for children; they will be advised to pick a book and read.

There is no entrance fee to this space; visitors will only pay the entry ticket to the Botanical Garden.

 

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