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Sorry to deliver a simple BAD to this probably unique masterpiece (myself I am a book lover). The problem was that we tried to visit it twice with no success as the opening time is just 1,5 hour in the morning and 1,5 hour in...More
The library is on the first floor, a lift is available, and then the staff with guide you to the library and unlock it.
It is essentially two rooms of polished wood and books in shelves. A few items are on display in glass cases....More
Having heard that this was a beautiful library, we walked in on a whim, and asked to see the rooms with the older collection. A very helpful librarian showed us the rooms, he was obviously proud of his work place, and with good reason.
The Teresiana Linrary is worth a short visit, if only to get an odea of what a library looked like in the 18th century. It's impressive, grandiose but I'd only go if you've run out of other things to do. Apparently, the library houses a...More
Tucked away and disguised as a normal library, we entered and walked up the circular metal and marble stairway into a very quiet study library. The lady kindly pointed to continue walking and turn left to a very nice gentleman who spoke a little English....More
A spectacular library that was commissioned during the Habsburg era. Outside of the spectacular architecture and historical books it is very interesting to look at old world globes that date back to the 1600 and 1700 and see what the world looked like to the...More