These pictures during a visit to the 16th-century chained library of Zutphen, in the east of the Netherlands. It is one of three such libraries still in existence in Europe. Nothing much has changed here for 550 years.
Interestingly, all the books that you can find here, securely chained to the shelves. That's because in the Middle Ages people began to learn to read, and Edge Youth was tried to dig up at least some little book, but the print media at the time was a luxury item. So young elite gathered in similar locations to educate ourselves.