Is there a library in New Jersey that is so beautiful its name has been uttered in the same sentence as the Library of Congress? You might be surprised to know the answer is yes.

Well, it turns out that there is a library here in the Garden State that is not only beautiful but it's now being considered one of the most beautiful in the entire country, according to Stars Insider.

It sits in a beautiful setting to start with, and with the talents of one of the most famous architects in the world behind it, it comes as no surprise that this New Jersey library makes the list.

The New Jersey library that makes the list is set on the amazingly beautiful campus of Princeton University. It's the Lewis Science Library, which sits in what is referred to as the science neighborhood on campus.

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And that legendary architect is Frank Gehry, who is known for, among other great accomplishments, designing the Beekman Center in New York and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California.

And if you haven't ever seen the Lewis Science Library, you have to soak this amazing building in.

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And this honor is no small deal. Other libraries on this list include the Library of Congress and the Hearst Castle in California. So, this list is pretty much library royalty we're talking about right here, in our own backyard.

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