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Collegium maius uniwersytetu jagiellonskiego 1
Krakow

Collegium Maius jest budowlą wzniesioną z kamienia i cegły. Fasada przy ul. Jagiellońskiej ma gotyckie szczyty oraz wykusz. Na dziedziniec, pośrodku którego znajduje się studnia, prowadzi gotycki portal. Dziedziniec obiega ganek, wsparty na krużgankach, które posiadają kryształowe sklepienie. Na ganek pierwszego piętra prowadzą dwie pary schodów – większe noszą nazwę profesorskich[2]. Od strony południowej, na pierwszym piętrze widoczne jest ozdobne, późnogotyckie wejście do Librarii – jest to tzw. Porta Aurea.

W pobliżu portalu, na ścianie znajduje się zegar, wygrywający o godz. 9:00, 11:00, 13:00, 15:00 i 17:00 utwór Jana z Lublina z XVI wieku oraz pieśń akademicką Gaudeamus Igitur. Wtedy też z zegara wychodzą figury, przedstawiające sześć postaci: pedela UJ, królową Jadwigę, króla Władysława Jagiełłę, Jana z Kęt, Hugona Kołłątaja oraz Stanisława ze Skalbmierza[3]. Zegar ten jest czwartym z kolei, został uruchomiony w 1999 roku.

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