Software602 is the main sponsor of a documentary movie about Codex Vyssegradensis. The movie will inform about this unique part of Czech and European historical heritage, often compared to crown...
09/26/13 / News
The Codex Vyssegradensis, also known as the Vyšehrad Codex or the Coronation Gospels of Vratislav II, is a late 11th century illuminated manuscript Gospel Book made at the order of Czech diplomats to honour an anniversary of the Czech King Vratislav's coronation which took place in 1085.
Codex Vyssegradensis is the most valuable manuscript kept in the Czech Republic. It is stored in the depository of the National Library and its estimated value is CZK 1 billion. Occasionally, a copy of the book is exhibited.
“We highly appreciate that Software602 supports our activities focused not only on the exhibition but also on Czech schools. Thousands of students will be able to understand their national heritage better,” said Irena Maňáková, communication director in the National Library.