Alexandria Library

In ancient world the Library at Alexandria, Egypt was the meeting place where philosophical, spiritual, and cosmological teachings met to create a vital cultural environment. But the Library dissappeared 2000 years ago possibly when Julius Caeser sacked the city. Today a new library is rising in Alexandria hoping to recapture some of the former's glory. Kate Seelye reports.

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