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Dísz tér 3. - the former Batthyány palace (No. 3 Parade Square)

The gates of No. 3 Dísz square, 1910sThe Batthyány Mansion is one of the most beautiful examples of Baroque style and was constructed on a site formally occupied by two medieval houses, which were purchased by Count Lajos Batthyány in 1743. In 1744 he ordered that a palace be built to replace them. This building - which was almost destroyed during 1944-1945 - was restored in accordance with the original Baroque plans, between 1951 and 1953. The three-storey mansion with an en closed courtyard has a rear elevation with a view to the castle wall. Above the gate the Batthyány family's stone-made coat-of-arms can be seen.



No. 3 Dísz square, around 1940

Houses of No. 1, 2, 3, 4-5, 6 Dísz squarem 1920s

No. 3 Dísz square in ruins, 1945