The Belarusian National Library is a copyright library of the Republic of Belarus. It houses the largest collection of Belarusian printed materials and the third largest collection of books in Russian behind the Russian State Library (Moscow) and the Russian National Library (St Petersburg). It is now located in a new 72-metre (236 feet) high building in Minsk, Belarus. The building has 22 floors and was completed in January 2006. The building can seat about 2,000 readers and features a 500-seat conference hall. Its main architectural component has the shape of a rhombicuboctahedron. But now, in a world without humans, how long will it last? We'll soon see it.
150 Years After People: In Minsk, the massive National Library Building is gone green. But 150 years of neglect has corroded the building's trusses. As the structure starts quaking, some of the trusses give away, ans the rhombicuboctahedron finally crumbles to the ground in a huge crashing sound of debris.