The library among the 12 most beautiful old libraries of the world
The Renaissance Library Calendar is a publication in English by the Swedish ISIM publishing house presenting the most beautiful libraries of the world since 2001. Our library was honoured to be selected in the 2014 calendar along with other great and famous libraries of the world such as the libraries of the Vatican and Sorbonne, the Library of Congress, or the El Escorial. The Kalocsa Cathedral Library was the first Hungarian library to be selected in the calendar. The Baroque reading room of Archbishop Ádám Patachich, founder of the library, was selected for the month of June along with a short description of the history and the collection of the library. Today, the calendar is published and available in 38 countries of the world. The Swedish company is proud to publish its calendar in the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Finland, France, Greece, The Netherlands, Hong Kong, Croatia, India, Ireland, Island, Israel, Japan, Cambodia, Canada, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Great Britain, Germany, Norway, Russia, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Singapore, New Zealand, USA, the Vatican.
Photo of the Patachich room in the Swedish calendar
DUNAMENTI KRÓNIKA: MARTICLE IN HUNGARIAN
LETTERS from FERENC MÁDL and ISTVÁN HILLER