Address Bodleian Library Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BG, UK

Established in Oxford since 1602 with much older works, the Bodleian Library takes its name from its founder, Thomas Bodley.

The numbers in this library are staggering. 12 million printed books and more than 80,000 scientific journals are kept there. There are also manuscripts, papyri, maps and drawings, some of them almost as old as the world itself.

Among the many libraries integrated into the Bodleian Library, there are some very specific ones such as the Bodleian Japanese Library or the very old Duke Humphrey’s Library dating from 1488.

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LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle

Discover the secrets of Hogwarts castle with this 6020 pieces lego with the effigy of the most famous wizard school. An essential for all potterheads.

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