Occupy-style Library Rises in Istanbul June 4, 2013 – Posted in: Libraries, public libraries

Taksim Gezi Park is the Zuccotti Park of Istanbul. It has quickly become the nerve center for the protesters. In true Occupy-fashion a library has come together in less than a week to serve the faithful.

Fingers crossed they don’t meet the same end.

Images via Onedio and Hurriyet
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