Clemente College Tour Guide visits 220 kroner/person, usually in batches after gathering. The whole process takes about 50 minutes, and is explained in English by a scholarly old man. The first stop is the Mirror Hall, which is named because its ceiling is painted and decorated with built-in or wall-mounted mirrors. Interested children's shoes can also be carefully visited through concerts. Apart from the Mirror Hall, Clemente College's most spectacular collection is its Baroque Library, which contains about 20,000 copies of the most precious books in the National Library, mostly ancient theological books, and the oldest books from the mid-16th century. The most expensive treasure book is the Gaobao Code. The library's globe is composed of astronomy and geography. Geography's globe is based on the map of Jesuit missionaries, so we can infer which areas Jesuit missionaries have visited. Climbing to the top of the astronomical tower, we can find a good perspective to observe the old city.
When I returned to the hotel for breakfast, when I saw the publicity in the hotel, I suddenly wanted to visit it, but I didn't expect it to be the highlight of Prague. Walls crack recommendation............. Visit fee - "220 kroner has Chinese and Czech language guide choice, escorted by a special person, every half an hour. The whole visit lasted about an hour. Clemente College is the National Library of Czech Republic today, and has opened its library section to the public. The ticket-buying sections are the Mirror Hall, the Front Hall of the Baroque Library, the Baroque Library and the Meridian Hall. The tour also included climbing the astronomical tower to overlook Prague. This is the essence of Clemente College as a whole. The Baroque Library has 20,000 copies, most of which are ancient theological books. The hall is beautiful. Unfortunately, there are railings around it, so you can only take turns to visit it outside the door, and you can't take photos. The picture below is still taken with your mobile phone. The guide is a cold Czech beauty. You can see it tightly when you take a picture. It is almost impossible to warn you to delete the photos and use the camera.
Clemente College must go, like astronomy do not miss. After buying tickets inside, there will be a unified tour and explanation. At the end of the tour, you will climb to the top of the building, where you can see Prague has a better panoramic view than the old castle. There's a very old library in it. It's fantastic, but you can't take pictures. Don't miss it.
It's worth visiting. The Library in the middle is very simple and has been rated as the most beautiful in the world.
Clemente College, located at the end of Charlie Bridge, has a very important position in the history of Prague's urban development in terms of both architecture and connotation, because its academic humility makes it less eye-catching than other scenic spots in the old city.
The National Library, just to the east of Charles Bridge, is very beautiful and worth visiting.