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    The uniqueness of this two-faced building in the Palota district is due to its stylistic hallmarks of Art Nouveau, despite its 150-year history. In 1906, the street-side wing was modernised in the Art Nouveau style and two storeys were added to it, commissioned by Vilmos Mannheimer and designed by Mihály Jesovits. The windows of the studio apartments on the top floor, the tiled façade and the floral motifs create an exciting contrast with the interior. A member of the famous Lakatos musician dynasty spent his childhood here.

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