Two places at once

This is the Haskell Free Library and Opera House, located in Vermont and Quebec.

Yes, you heard right – this building sits on the border between the U.S. and Canada.

From Futility Closet:

“The library’s front door is in the United States, but the circulation desk and all of the books are in Canada. Opera is performed on a Canadian stage before an American audience.

Hence it’s the only library in the U.S. with no books, the only opera house in the U.S. with no stage, and the only library in Canada with no entrance.”

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