The Clementinum is a large complex of buildings located between the Old Town Square and Charles Bridge. The main buildings of interest there are the Astronomical Tower, the Baroque Library and the Mirror Chapel.
Are you ready to climb stairs? Multiple flights of stairs are required to visit this historic place. No photography on the inside, but you can take photos at the top.
The college is actually a group of historical buildings. In fact, it is similar to other streets, but the buildings here are larger and the shapes are better. Even the balcony has carved flowers,
The guided tour of the Clement Academy is 220 CZK/person, usually after all people are gathered, enter in batches... The entire tour process takes about 50 minutes and is explained in English by a pedantic old man. The first stop of the visit is the Mirror Hall. It is named Mirror Hall because of the built-in whitewashing decoration on the ceiling or the large mirrors on the walls. Interested children's shoes can also enter the mirror hall to take a closer look through the concert. In addition to the Hall of Mirrors, the most interesting thing about Clement College is their Baroque library~~~The library has about 20,000 books, which are hand-painted and handwritten copies of the most precious books owned by the National Library. And most of them are ancient theological books, the oldest books are from the middle of the 16th century. The most expensive treasure book is the High Castle Code. There are two types of globes in the library: astronomy and geography. The globe of geography is made based on the map of the Jesuit missionaries, so you can use this to guess where the Jesuits have visited. Climbing to the top of the Astronomy Tower, you can find a good perspective to observe the old city...
When I returned to the hotel for breakfast, I saw a promotion in the hotel and suddenly wanted to visit it. I didn't expect it to be the crowning touch of Prague. Wall crack recommended! ! ! ! ! Visiting fee: 220 CZK. There are two language options for guided tours in Chinese and Czech, accompanied by a special person, once every half an hour. The entire visit time is about one hour. The Clement Institute is today the National Library of the Czech Republic, and it has opened the library part to the public. Part of the tickets to visit are the Hall of Mirrors, Baroque Library Front Hall, Baroque Library and Meridian Hall. The tour itinerary also includes climbing to the top of the Astronomical Tower, overlooking the entire Prague. This is the essence of the entire Clement College. The Baroque library contains 20,000 books, most of which are ancient theological books. The hall is beautiful, but unfortunately, it is surrounded by railings, so you can only take turns to visit at the door, and you can't take pictures! The picture below was taken secretly with a mobile phone. The guide is a very cold Czech beauty. You can see it tightly, and you will find it as soon as you take it. I warn you to delete the photos. It is almost impossible to use the camera.