Submitted by Blake on January 21, 2019 - 2:24pm
Until recently, that culture seemed doomed to become a relic of the analog past. After Russia's rocky transition from Communism and the rise of the Internet, there seemed little use for the more than 400 city libraries as public spaces fell into neglect and Russians found new sources of information. Unexpectedly, Moscow's libraries are now experiencing a transformation from musty houses of Soviet propaganda into bustling work spaces for 21st century city-dwellers.
From Once Centers Of Soviet Propaganda, Moscow's Libraries Are Having A 'Loud' Revival : NPR