National cultural monument.
Its appearance today is the result of a High Baroque renovation in the 18th
century according to the plans of architect K. I. Dientzenhofer.
Leading Prague Baroque artists took care of the interior decoration. The
most interesting parts are accessible: the inside of the monastery
church and vestry, refectory (a copy of the so-called Turin shroud is
displayed here, which was found in the monastery) and the monastery
library, which is a rare example of a preserved monastery library in the
Czech Republic (approx. 17 000 volumes).