Educational Buildings

Educational buildings are structures that house within them revered fonts of learning. It can take many forms, be it a school, a library, a laboratory, a town hall, or even a militaryRead more installation. As long as learning is practiced and celebrated within its walls, it can be described as an educational building. Even a movie theatre can serve as an educational building if the films being shown in them have educational and artistic value. Photowall pays tribute to these fine structures with its own line of educational buildings canvas prints. These images depict the different fonts of learning that proliferate all over the world. Hang a few of these educational buildings canvas prints on the walls of your living room, and let the space be infused with an atmosphere of maturity and erudition. Your loved ones and guests will marvel at the images that you have displayed on the walls. They will thank you profusely for having the moxie to showcase these fine and colorful educational buildings canvas prints in this area. Watch as they refuse to leave this space and come up with ever more inventive reasons to linger with all these educational buildings canvas prints all around them.

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A school is a fine example of an educational building. Whether it be a kindergarten, a preparatory school, or a college, these institutions of organized and systematic learning have served mankind for as long as can be remembered. The first schools were simple conclaves of eager individuals being instructed by a learned teacher. It did not matter if it took place in a grand hall or under a tree, the learning and passing of valuable information were what mattered. In ancient Greece, the great philosophers held lessons on marble archways and in gardens. These were the predecessors of our modern schools. Photowall salutes this great endeavor with “Athens School”, “First Day of School”, and “Lomonosov Moscow State University” in its wide collection of educational buildings canvas prints. These images depict all the different types of schools, from their early beginnings in ancient Greece, to the kindergartens of our children, to the more celebrated colleges of today. Hang a few of these educational buildings canvas prints in your private study or mini-library, and feel as though you are one of the ancient philosophers, pondering the lessons to be imparted to eager young minds for the day.

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Libraries are buildings that house books of all subjects, where members of the public are free to read within their walls, or check out books for several days and read at home. There is a strict rule of silence inside libraries which makes them ideal for studying and research. A name, current address, and phone number are needed to procure a library card. This, in turn, will allow the individual to borrow books from their collections for a certain period of time. Failure to return these books at the specified due date will incur a fine for the borrower. The chief librarian is the person in charge of all the important business in this building. Photowall tips its hat off to this fine font of learning with “Modern City Library”, “Sahin”, and “Library of Science” in its amazing collection of educational buildings canvas prints. These images depict some of the most finely built libraries in the world. Hang a few of these educational buildings canvas prints in your recreational space to give the area an air of sophistication and class. Your moments of grown-up amusement will be even more exciting and fun by having these educational buildings canvas prints all around you. These educational buildings canvas prints are a surefire hit in your home.

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A well-stocked and properly maintained library should have a selection of books from all periods of world history and cover a nearly endless range of subjects and fields. In ancient times, Alexander the Great established one of the most comprehensive libraries in the world in Alexandria, Egypt. He filled its grand hallways with every scroll of knowledge, science, and wisdom he could get his hands on. The United States Library of Congress contains not only every tome and collection of books in the world, but every vinyl record, microfilm, and newspaper that circulated in existence. It is touted as being the foremost place of research for any scholarly work. It is said that even the lost Gospels of the Apostles of Christ, the ones that were not allowed by the Council of Nicea to appear in the Bible, reside in this building’s reserved section. At some point in the early 20th century, all libraries in the world switched their cataloging and filing method from the Dewey Decimal to the Library of Congress system. This made for a more efficient and organized process of compiling all the books in their buildings.
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