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Úri utca 42. and Tóth Árpád sétány 29. (No. 42 Úri Street and No. 29 Tóth Árpád Lane)

This is a modern building, whose barrel vault gateway originates from the Middle Ages, with simple sedilia inside. The stone carvings found on the front belonged to another gate, which proves that it was built when two individual buildings were united. There are baroque vaulted rooms on the ground floor. The first floor and the wing looking onto the promenade were destroyed during the siege of 1944-1945.

No. 42 Úri street, Baroque stave vault of a south-western corner room on the ground floor of the street side