Kossuth Lajos Street

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It is worth stopping to admire the Baroque houses in this street. N°9, which now houses the Regional Council, was designed by a Viennese architect in 1750. Its wrought-iron railings are among the most well-known examples of Hungarian ironwork. The Palace of the Grand Provost (N° 16) is home to the regional library and Franciscan Church (Ferences templom), both of which are Baroque in style. Finally, admire the Palace of the Small Provost (N°4), a Rococo masterpiece built in 1758 with handsome curved lines and wrought-iron balconies.

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Address:

Kossuth Lajos utca, 3300 Eger

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