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Quite exactly some five years ago I visited the small town of Lübeck in the north of Germany. There, in the former house of Thomas Mann's grandparents, a museum about his most famous book (or at least one of them), the Buddenbrooks, had been installed. It has become my favourite museum ever since; I've been there at least five times, and I would always go again!
Also, I've very much enjoyed the Kafka-Museum in Prague, which had earlier been presented as an exhibition in Barcelona and New York.
Which other museums do you know? Would it be possible to mark the location of museums dedicated to books on a map and link it to this forum?
Prince Edward Island and Chincoteague have each made a minor industry out of Anne of Green Gables and Misty of Chincoteague, and each are places I remember fondly as a kid!
Images of some of the manuscripts in this exhibit are presented on-line.
There are several catalogs and books related to the Exhibit
Sacred Catalogue, People of the Book: Judaism, Christianity, Islam is the official exhibition catalog Edited by John Reeve
The Voice, The Word, The Books The Sacred Scripture of the Jews, Christians and Muslims by F. E. Peters
Hebrew manuscripts by Ilana Tahan
Bible Manuscripts by Scot McKendrick and Kathleen Doyle
Quran Manuscripts, Calligraphy, Illumination, Design by Colin F. Baker