The Baroque reading room of Archbishop Ádám Patachich, founder of the library, was completed in 1780. The Patachich Room in the east wing of the Archbishop's Palace is one of the major tourist attractions of the Southern Great Plain region in Hungary. Take an unforgettable walk in the Baroque reading room and have a look at the unique pieces of our library's collection.
More information on visiting the library: Visiting the Baroque reading room and Guide to the exhibition about the history of the library. The Cathedral Library of Kalocsa, the central library of the Kalocsa-Kecskemét Archdiocese, is a scientific institution operating as a public library. Our website presents the history of the library and how our valuable collection has evolved and what volumes it contains. You can browse our catalogue and the E-LIBRARY.
Enjoy your visit!