Lu’an Library, Anhui province
Address: Foziling Road, Jin’an district, Lu’an city, Anhui province
Opening hours: 9 am-6 pm (Tuesday to Sunday)
Covering about 20,000 square meters, the five-floor Lu’an Library in East China’s Anhui province is a public library that opened to the public in 2019 with a collection of more than 380,000 books of various categories, 6,465 audio and video products, and free domestic mainstream databases.
To provide better services for visually impaired people, the Lu’an Library is home to 518 Braille books, 168 pieces of Braille film literature, 15 typoscopes, and other electronic devices that can turn text messages into voice messages or Braille texts.
In addition, the different reading rooms in the library are decorated in different styles, and have drawn many local residents for photo ops. The seats near books about literature are in a cool modern style, while the reading room boasts newspaper and periodicals set out in a warm classical style.
Last Updated: May 11, 2021