The entrance ticket of the Strahoff Abbey Library is 100 kroner. If you want to take a picture, please buy an additional 50 kroner photo license. You will be given a small yellow circular sticker and stick it on your body. You can take a picture at ease. The Philosophy Hall is known as "the most beautiful library in the world". The magnificent size of the hall (32 meters long, 10 meters wide and 14 meters high) is displayed by the huge murals on the roof, which were completed by Franz Anton Maulbertsch in 1794 with only six months and an assistant. Books on the highest level can only be accessed through the corridor upstairs. The corridor upstairs can only be ascended by two revolving stairs hidden behind fake books in the corner. Murals "the spiritual development of human beings" are concentrated forms to show the historical development of science and religion. The name of the Philosophy Hall comes not only from the connotation of the roof frescoes, but also from the contents of the books collected here. In addition to the earliest philosophical books covering all disciplines, we can find more than 40,000 books on history, philosophy, law and natural sciences. In addition to the philosophy hall, theology hall is no inferior. The architect of the Theological Hall is Jan Dominik Orsi, an Italian Prague. On the right side of the hall is the Gospel of St. John, the late Gothic wooden statue. The connection between the statue and the library is a curling binding held in St. John's left hand. On the left, there is a compiled wheel, which was used for research in 1678. The scholar used the rack on the wheel to compile the information he used. Its planetary gear principle ensures that scholar's books remain at the same angle on the shelf, so they do not fall down. There are more than 20,000 books in theological hall. The name of Theological Hall comes from the connotation of these 20,000 books. One of the walls, from the corridor to the wall of the hall, is filled with versions of the Bible and its parts in various languages.
This is one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. It's very beautiful. It is divided into two parts: Theological Library and philosophical library. In addition to the exquisite walnut bookshelves in the Philosophy Library room, there is no doubt that the ceiling murals are the most fascinating. This work, called the development of human soul, depicts the achievements of human beings in the fields of science and religion. It reveals the Enlightenment of wisdom and civilization and is deeply rooted in the development of Christianity. In the middle of the picture is God, surrounded by saints and angels symbolizing all kinds of virtues.
It's worth going. Tickets are 120 Czech dollars at present. You can only see some libraries from a long distance. Photographs with 50,400 Czech dollars per person can go into the bookcase. 4000 Czech dollars can go into the inner room to visit. 20,000 Czech dollars can see all the books and rooms inside. It was not easy for the monastery library to preserve these books for hundreds of years. At that time, the technology of color printing was amazing. It was rare that the cover of Bible books in the display cabinet was set with gold and precious stones. Another restaurant near the monastery overlooks Prague, and a cup of coffee is an enjoyment.
The Theological Library of Strahoff Monastery was selected as one of the "most Beautiful Libraries in the world" and the largest monastery Library in Czech Republic. Especially, the dome frescoes of the library are beautifully painted and attract people's attention. That is to say,
On the high slopes of Prague, the only visitors were actually libraries. The Theological Library of Strahoff Monastery was selected as one of the "most Beautiful Libraries in the world" and the largest monastery Library in Czech Republic. Especially the dome frescoes of the library are beautifully painted. Visit fee 120, photography (can not use flash) plus 50, old ladies management, very serious, or to buy a photo ticket.
The interior dome murals are very spectacular. They are all painted by famous artists. The interior decoration is exquisite. They are the most beautiful library. They are gorgeous and the environment is very good. They are worth visiting. There is an extra charge for taking pictures here.
Stella hoff monastery theology library been voted one of the worlds most beautiful library, is also the largest Czech Abbey library. Especially the librarys dome murals painted beautiful round of beautiful huan, conspicuous. Visit tour Stella hoff Abbey theology library belongs to the Stella hoff, as part of the whole building room contains a built in 1794, philosophy and theology chamber and built in 1671, two baroque library. Collection of total up to more than 20000 copies. Into the theological library, whole space is filled with strong baroque wind, indoor with multiple globe and bookcase, while inside the dome mural by 18th century famous painter drawing, is very delicate and colorful, with strong artistic breath. Visiting the theological library, you can browse library philosophy again, space is more tall than theology library, and placed a quick huge bookcase, up to the ceiling, the same dome murals also draw lifelike.
It takes 120 kroner / person to visit, and 50 kroner / person to take photos. It's really a pity, because you are not allowed to enter the library, you are only allowed to stand outside the library to take photos. There are very few collections to watch. Some of them are still the collections of Kangxi, China. There is some doubt that the Eight-Power Allied Forces invaded China. The history is not well read. First, the picture above.