Discover the unique stone face museum in the world
In the traditional sense, a library is a collection of books, newspapers and magazines. While it may refer to one's own personal collection, it usually refers to a large house that publishes books and newspapers maintained by the city or the academy or receives their donations. These collectors are often used by people who do not want (or cannot) buy many books for themselves. However, because paper is no longer the only means of keeping information, many libraries also collect and provide maps, designs or other works of art, microfilm (English: microfilm), and movies (microfiche), cassettes, CDs, LPs, video tapes, and DVDs, and they let others access CD-ROM and Internet databases.
The latest definition of UNESCO: The library, regardless of its name, is any organized collection of books, newspapers, documents of all kinds, periodicals ... Librarians are responsible for organize readers to use materials for information research, education & entertainment.
As a result, modern libraries have become increasingly the place to access unlimited information in a variety of formats and sources. More recently, libraries are no longer just architecture, they also support searching and analyzing a lot of knowledge using all kinds of electronic tools.
The strangest museum in the world in Japan shows thousands of face stones, attracting the curiosity of tourists.
The city of Chichibu, Japan, has a museum that displays the strangest face stones in the world. (Photo: Bored).
These face stones are mostly natural products, without "orthopedic" intervention from the human hands. (Photo: Bored).
Many stones in this strange museum have strange shapes. (Photo: Bored).
But there are also artifacts that look like celebrities. (Photo: Bored).
Not only show rocks with human faces, this unique museum also has stones with facial expressions of cartoon characters. (Photo: Bored).
Or even fictional characters. (Photo: Bored).
This museum has a total of about 1,700 artifacts. (Photo: Bored).
900 of them are artifacts with humanoid faces. (Photo: Bored).
The museum has been open since 2010 and more and more tourists are flocking here to see this unique collection. (Photo: Bored).
The first libraries are not full libraries, many of them contain the same unpublished records in the archive. Archaeologists dug the earth in ancient Sumerian cities, finding rooms filled with clay tablets written in cuneiform. These archives are mostly records of business or inventory, with only a few references to theological or mythological topics. The same goes for ancient Egyptian government records written on papyrus.
Individual institutes with books on facts and novels (instead of government records kept in the archives) were originally built in ancient Greece, starting around the 5th century BC. It had parchment scrolls and then a papyrus scroll. There are also a few library libraries or royal libraries such as the Alexandria Library that are open to the public, but most of the collections are still kept private. In uncommon cases where scholars can refer to books in libraries, they do not seem to have direct access to bookshelves. In the recorded cases, books are kept in a small room for readers to pick up books for readers to read in the next room or on the road.
We do not know much about ancient Chinese libraries, except for documents about the imperial library that started in the Qin Dynasty. One of the people in charge of the imperial library was considered to be the developer of the library's first classification and book system. At this time the library catalog is written on a silk scroll and is kept in a silk bag.
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