The Archives carry the distinctive scent of parchment, book-binding glue, and ink.
The interior is filled with rows of twenty-foot-high shelves that stretch across the length of the cavernous structure.
The Archives are ingeniously designed with a fire mitigation system. Each scribe dons a hood, a measure designed to make them blend in with the tomes. This serves as a symbol that nothing and no one in the room holds more importance than the documents and books housed within it.
The Archives have a copy or the original of almost every book in Navarre. Only ultrarare of forbidden tomes are excluded.