The last bookish place we visited in the Czech Republic was the Kralice Bible Museum.
It was here that a secret printing press was used to create the first Czech translation of the Bible, known as the Bible of Krelice (pronounced, I think, kruh-leets-uh). The Bibles on display date mostly from the 16th and 17th centuries.
They also have a working replica of the printing press used there and some other religious volumes from the same time period.
I really loved the beautiful works of art books used to be (instead of just pages of words, which, obviously, I still love)
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Sigh. I need to find more places like this to visit. Though, perhaps a little closer to home.