Klementinum library: Probably is the World’s Most Beautiful Library
Klementinum library, first opened in 1722 as part of the Jesuit university, is a beautiful example of Baroque architecture. The whole place is really spectacular and if it doesn’t have so many books in the photos, you might easily think this place is imperial palace. Besides the various timeworn bookshelves, unique deocration and funitures, the Jan Hiebl’s heavenly, Renaissance-style ceiling paintings are another most important features of the library. Not sure how it feels to read in a place like this, but I bet it will be one-of-kind experience.
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