a palace which represents the typical architecture of the early 20th Century
Just a few steps away from the National Theatre , you come across this eclectic style building, which was built between 1,898 and 1,902. It is a palace which represents the typical architecture of the early 20th Century, and it was designed by the architect Gyula Wagner. The building has three floors in a rectangular shape, in which its great dome is highlighted, topped with a wrought iron canopy and the main entrance is formed by a portico of four Doric columns. It has multiple windows and the facade is decorated with various stone carvings and friezes with a perimeter ledge and garlands.