The Nashville Public Library is a great library, and a great story of regeneration. Its location was originally the ill-starred Church Street Centre, and unremarkable mall that faded from fashion in the late 1990s. Mayor Bredesen and the Metro Council wisely bought the property and turned it into a stunning modern library. The library has branched out (excuse the pun) into online offerings, including several popular magazines that are available with one's library card.
Marble floors and wood moldings make for a lovely setting in which to indulge in the extensive collection of works held in the Downtown Library.
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