The historical archives of the Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians are among the most prominent archives and important sources for the studies of church history in Bohemia and Moravia. At present, they are stored in Section I of the National Archives. The collections are accessible for study purposes, with the exception of economic and personal files which start from the beginning of the 20th century. If you are interested in studying the sources, an application must be filed with the librarian of the Strahov Library. You may send your application by regular mail or e-mail and it should contain accurate information concerning the subject of and reason for your studies. The archives contain a collection of more than 580 documents from the end of the 12th century to the 20th century and vast file materials concerning the history of the monastery and its estates, as well as the parishes under its administration. The documents have been digitalized in co-operation with the National Archives as part of the Monasterium project, where they are accessible for study purposes. In the reading room of the Strahov Library the inventory of the archives is available.