A ‘minibieb’ is the Dutch version of a ‘little free library’. The noun ‘bieb’ is a colloquialism for ‘bibliotheek’ (‘library’) and is the default in spoken informal Dutch, for example:
“Wat ben je aan het doen?” – “Ik ben aan het studeren in de bieb.”
‘Minibiebs’ are becoming more popular in Dutch cities. The sign in the photo reads: ‘Gratis lenen of ruilen’: borrow for free, or swap.
Photo taken on Pieter Lastmankade – Amsterdam
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