Pictures from the ceremonial hall

The uniformly bound books are one of the important characteristics of the room


One of the grisaille wooden panels of Maulbertsch depicts the image of St Augustine


Almost 20 thousand volumes line the shelves


On the reading table a handwritten Gregorian songbook from the 18th Century can be seen


The Baroque library of ádám Patachich has been visited for a very long time. The visitors’ book, kept from 1813, proves that many distinguished people called in the library. The following photos give some examples of the earlier visits to the library.

Pál Winkler, chief librarian, with visitors in the 1920s

János Kékesi, chief librarian, with visitors in front of the copy of the Holy Crown, in the 1970s