Sneak peek tour @ Kuwait National Library

Sneak peek tour @ Kuwait National Library


I managed to get you a sneak peek at the newly opened “Kuwait National Library” at sea side Mirqab area , to my knowledge its the biggest library in Kuwait & maybe even in the Gulf.

The building itself looked really attractive with really nice exterior finishings. The library had soft opening today under the patronage of H.H Sheikh Subah Al-Ahmad the amir of Kuwait.

On the inside, it looked so magnificent & spacious with elegant decorations & exquisite interior designs :)

I really loved everything that I saw along my tour, it has 3 floors & levels in the basement & has a separate car parking building.

It has a nice designed auditorium with big screen for spacial occasions. Just imagine how much knowledge this huge library can hold.

Some of the other facilities include mutli-purpose meeting rooms,cultural diwan, conference rooms, atrium, projecting rooms, kids library, meeting halls,storage rooms, nice lobby & many many things.

At one place there was something they called “Time capsule”, it has a scroll containing the history of our beloved departed, Sheikh Jaber Al-Sabah, that will be opened after 100 years from now in 2105, so people then can know the exact history about him. Great idea!

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The library will be opened soon for students. I’m really glad & proud that we finally have such a huge public & decent library in Kuwait :)

Its definitely the perfect place to read a book, study, meet, prepare your Masters or PHD thesis or even enjoy Kuwait history.

مكتبة الكويت الوطنية


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