The most interesting exhibition showing some of Carl von Linne's original work. A very lovely building with historic architecture. Such a nice place to visit for a smaller and quicker exhibition when in Uppsala. 1.5hrs is enough for this siting.
A great library with a huge number of historical and interesting books. The museum on the ground floor, to the right of the entrance, is free and well worth visiting. You can see the Silver Bible, an original Mozart score, some pages from the 1300's and some interesting old maps. Ask at the front desk for any specific books you... 更多
We went to uppsalas University Library to see the famous Silver Bible. There were many other old books too and also old comic books. The Silver Bible was in the other room behind glass, it wasnt amazing but im happy I have now see it. I wouldnt say it is worth of visiting...
No need to register as a library guest; just walk into the exhibit galleries to the right of the entrance. The gift shop in the lobby is especially nice with excellent note cards.
This is a small museum with very old documents, including Mozart scores, a silver bible from the sixth century, and an old map. There is no admission fee. Overall good for a quick look at historical documents.
Carolina Rediviva has the silver bible together with some other items that are worth looking. For instance, they have one of the first villancicos Spanish books ever written ;) I believe that it is worth visiting. The library as a whole is quite big and old, if you like libraries then this one won't disappoint you
We left from Stockholm to Uppsala and arrived right around 9 am. Since most attractions in the city don't open until 10, this is a great first stop - plus it's kind of at the top of the hill, so most places will be "downhill" the rest of the way. Visiting these rare books won't take more than 30 minutes,... 更多
The University library houses some gems. The main highlight is a 6th-century Bible, written in silver ink on pourpre paper. The Bible you see is a copy, but the sheet of paper hanging is from the original. Take also a few minutes to look at Carta Marina, the oldest map of Scandinavia, from 1539, which is rather accurate. Note the... 更多