Charing Cross Library
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Review from Joseph T.
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The Charing Cross Library is on the intersection between Covent Garden, Chinatown and Trafalgar Square. It is part of the borough of Westminster and so open its residents, though you can request books for other libraries.
The entrance to the building is quite discreet. The library itself is arranged across two floors. On the ground floor are books and DVDs. On the first floor are more books and the computers. The library has a decent fiction section and is notable for its large selection of Chinese language books.
Charing Cross library is a small place but does a good job in trying to serve the interests of its community. It is worth visiting, particularly if you are looking for a Chinese language reading book.
Review from Akin T.
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few months back,i went on a visit to this library and to be honest it was a big turn off,the arrangement of books,people loitering up and down,you will wonder if truely this is a library,to my surprise,this morning when i got there,its a whole new library,the floors have been changed,the walls painted,you could smell that money has been spent,its all brand new now.thumbs up westminster library.