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Caverne Aux Livres: Side Car
France
La caverne aux livres is a secondhand bookshop in Auvers-sur-Oise (30km to the North of Paris). The entrance of the bookshop is an ancient railway hangar, but from there you'll quickly find yourself in an old postal train whose cars have been reconverted into giant bookshelves.
Copyright: Alexandre Duret Lutz
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Uploaded: 03/02/2010
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