096: Bibliotheca Zi-Ka-Wei
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The St Ignatius Catholic Library was built by Jesuit missionaries in the mid 19th century and houses thousands of rare books in Greek and Latin. Although the impressive architecture is worth a look, the main library is not usually accessible. Visitors can only enter the ground floor lobby to watch a video and see the main staircase. It is unclear whether this interesting building and its important contents will be opened up to the public in the future. The sculpture of a seated man at the front, with the old building as a backdrop, makes for a good photo.