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Design firm selected for new Lambeth Palace Library

The Lambeth Palace Library was established in 1610, the first public library in England. It is second to the Vatican Library in its size and importance as a collection of historic religious works of art and documents. The decision has been taken by the Church Commissioners of England to build a new library and pull the entire collect safe and sound under one roof.

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