“A library is a house of hope. It’s a place where we all, whatever our situation, can feed our ideas and develop our dreams.”- Doug Wilhelm
We told you a few days ago about the beautiful Cincsor Guest Houses and we are back today with a new article about “the treasure” of this place: the dreamy Library. It’s certainly the most beautiful private library which we have ever visited and it was great to search through the shelves and discover all sorts of old books, documents and even photos.
We are book addicts and we confess it without hesitation. If we had to choose between Instagram (which is by far our favorite social network) and books, we choose books without no doubt. We are trying to convince people around us to read more because we see with sadness that this habit is “dying” among young people.
We want to invent teleportation, forgetting that it already exists. With the help of books you can find yourself in a different world, you have access to another life, you can be whoever you want without leaving home. We had the feeling of teleportation when we came across a book of fables written by Leo Tolstoy (you can see a photo below) that parents used to read us when we were little. Of course now, after more than 20 years, we forgot that book, but when we saw it’s cover we had a feeling of déjà vu and we remembered all the advices we received at the end of each fable.
“A good library will never be too neat, or too dusty, because somebody will always be in it, taking books off the shelves and staying up late reading them. “- Lemony Snicket
Some of the books in the library belonged to the former Cincsor Evangelical School’ students and we discovered that some of them still had written on them the names of the children whom they belonged. Some had notes and some were so old and yellowed like they were taken from museum exhibits. You can’t imagine the smell of these books and the feeling that you have when you browse them. There were newer books also, books of interior design, architecture and books with beautiful places in Romania and many other interesting “gems”.
We really felt great to take this photos in such a dreamy library. We always wanted to climb on a wooden ladder and look through the shelves crammed with books. It was magical!
Hope you like the photos and they will increase your “appetite” for reading.
O parte din cartile din biblioteca sunt ale fostei Scoli Evanghelice din Cincsor si am descoperit ca o parte aveau numele copiilor carora le apartinusera, o parte aveau si insemnari, iar unele erau atat de vechi si ingalbenite incat pareau exponate de muzeu. Nu va puteti imagina mirosul pe care il au aceste carti si senzatia pe care o ai cand le rasfoiesti, iar imaginatia iti zboara la posibilele lor povesti. Exista si carti mai noi in biblioteca, carti cu idei de design interior, arhitectura sau carti cu locuri superbe din Romania, iar o parte le-am luat seara in camera sa le rasfoim 🙂
Nu o sa negam faptul ca ne-a placut la fel de mult sa facem fotografii in biblioteca din Casa de Oaspeti de la Cincsor pe cat ne-a placut sa admiram cartile. Mereu ne-am dorit sa urcam pe o scara in biblioteca si sa cautam printre rafturile ticsite de carti. Si bineinteles ca am decis sa si imortalizam momentul 🙂
Pentru aceasta sedinta foto am ales doua rochii superbe de la Dressbox, ce ofera spre inchiriere rochii de designer si nu numai, despre care v-am povestit aici si aici. E imposibil sa nu gasesti o rochie pentru orice ocazie si nu e nevoie sa platesti o mica avere pentru a avea o aparitie de neuitat.
O saptamana minunata va dorim!