Architectural Heritage 27 results
  • Márer House

    Owing to the playfulness, extravagant animation and asymmetry of the facade, this beautifully renovated building is a unique example of the geometric Art Nouveau.
  • Upper Elementary Girls’ School (Tömörkény)

    It is a late Art Nouveau, 2-storey building in whose facade, formed as an arched ridge, the stylish and moderate application of brick-facing and striped ornaments deserves our attention.
  • Serbian Orthodox Church

    The Serbian Orthodox Church stands on the northern side of the square, close to the bank of the River Tisza.
  • Twin Villas

    The dwelling house of two upper vocational school teachers on Lechner Square exemplifies excellently that the novel spirit of the Art Nouveau inspiringly influenced the attitude of the contemporary middle class.
  • Protestant Church

    The building designed by Frigyes Schulek, completed in 1884, is also called the 'Cockerel church' owing to the figure decorating its tower.
  • Water Tower in St. Steven Square

    The tower, which can hold 1004,8 m3of water, was designed by Szilárd Zielinski.
  • Appartemant House / Flatiron House

    The Iron House was given its name after its spectacular shape. Looking from a distance at its facade sectioned by the strikingly marvellous, masterly executed corner pinnacle, ledges and bay windows, we may suppose that it is a historic monument.
  • Móricz House

    The secessionist style, four-storey historic building stands on the southern side of Saint Steven Square.
  • Goldschmidt Palace

    Today nobody would think that this undistinctive and characterless apartment house once was one of the most remarkable buildings of the Szeged Art Nouveau.
  • Votive Church

    After the Great Flood (1879) destroying the city, the people of Szeged made an oath to build a majestic catholic church.
  • Deutsch Palace

    It was designed by Mihály Erdélyi with majolica ornaments in green, blue and orange and built between 1900 and 1902.
  • Ungár-Mayer Palace

    This corner building dominantly shaping the cityscape is a masterpiece of the late Art Nouveau in Szeged. Its capriciously animated facades can be attributed to the architect’s imagination forced to distance himself from Art Nouveau and to the designer’s sober intuition under the pressure to return to Eclecticism.