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The Clementinum (Klementinum), one of the largest collections of historic buildings in Europe, is home to the National Library of the Czech Republic. These beautiful Baroque buildings were originally part of a Jesuit College, and later came to house the Jesuit book collection as well as the collection from the Karolinum. The library eventually became the property of the state after the Jesuits were expelled, and the Clementinum became a public library in 1782 shortly after being constituted as the National Library.

With more than six million books, the Clementinum's collection is huge and includes copies of every book published in the Czech Republic. A highlight is the exquisite Baroque Library Hall with its beautiful ceiling artwork, the 68-meter-tall Astronomical Tower with its spectacular views over Prague, and the splendid Mirror Chapel with its exquisite décor.

The Clementinum is also used as a venue for jazz and classical concerts.

10:00 - 18:00

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Contact details

  • Name: Clementinum
  • Address: Mariánské nám. 5 - 110 00 - Prague - République Tchèque
  • Phone: (420) 222 220 879




Visite guidée

Getting there

  • By bus : ligne n°194 (Staroměstská)
  • By metro : ligne n°A (Staroměstská)

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