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Due to the installation of new shelving units one cannot access Chinese language collections until the early autumn.
The largest East-Asian research library in the Western hemisphere, originating as early as 1879, it now houses collections from numerous Asian nations and cultures ranging from Tibet to Vietnam. Read more
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1 Harvard Yard
"This park is well kept and clean. It is really pretty, especially in fall. There are a lot of tours and tourists that can clog up the sidewalks which is annoying."
Harvard Science Center
1 Oxford St
"Addictive pizza! Beware!"
Harvard Book Store
1256 Massachusetts Ave (at Plympton St)
"Here you can learn a thing or two about a thing or two; not just from their fantastic book selection, but also from the outstanding guest speakers! -Dig #StudentGuide, Boston Arts + Entertainment"
21 Divinity Ave (Harvard University)
"Founded in 1866, it is the oldest American library of anthropological collections. Go and check out an exhibition, or browse their large collection of ethnology, archaeology, and more!"
"Get the garlic knots. They are awesome!"
"Coffee in the basement"
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