On the sands of a Black Sea resort in Bulgaria, vacationers are encouraged to indulge in their favorite old-fashioned pastime: reading a book on the beach.

The library was the brain-child of German architect, Herman Kompernas, who designed the shelves from a material that is resistant to sun and water and stabilized the structure against the wind.

The library’s stock of over 2,500 volumes in more than 10 languages is so far proving a hit for the resort of Albena, especially because all books on the shelves can be borrowed for free.

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