Former teacher training college

Recommended
The archdeacon's library first opened in 1793. It currently boasts over 130,000 extremely rare books including Medieval manuscripts, incunabula, 16C, 17C and 18C works and the only letter written by Mozart on Hungarian soil. The painted ceiling, the work of Johann Kracker in 1770, is one of Hungary's most famous frescoes. Also worth visiting are the observatory, home to a small astronomical museum and the Camera obscura which offers an insight into the mysteries of the darkroom.

Useful information

Address:

Eszterházy tér 1, 3300 Eger

Phone:

+36 36 325 211

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Small Provost's Palace
Small Provost's Palace
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County Hall at Eger
County Hall at Eger
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Blockhouses of Eger
Blockhouses of Eger
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