The serenity of the Prince Damrongrajanubhab Library, set far back from the ever-bustling Lan Luang Road, will make anyone forget the busy world outside.
The library, a three-storey, white, European-style building is graciously located on the compound of the Varadis Palace where Prince Damrongrajanubhab (1862-1943) had lived until the last days of his life. Part of the palace is now open as a museum.
"Visitors to the palace museum will learn about Prince Damrongrajanubhab's life, while those coming to the library will learn about his works," chief librarian Yanee Kuharat said.
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