Chetham’s Library

Manchester

Chetham’s Library

Chetham’s Library, Manchester

17th century library located in 1420’’s grade 1 listed building in the centre of Manchester. Beautiful ornate dark panelled reading room. Cloisters. Priests wing with dark panelled library rooms, exposed beams. All ecclesiastical looking. Manchester. 17th century library located in 1420’’s grade 1 listed building. Beautiful ornate dark panelled reading room. Cloisters. Priests wing with dark panelled library rooms, exposed beams. All ecclesiastical looking.

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