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Úri utca 49. - the former Clarist convent, Council of the Royal Governor, institutes of HAS

Its front consists of two sections: the 17 bays long symmetric facade of the former convent and the 4 bays long facade of the former church on the northern side. The building of the convent is crowned with an entablature and there is a string-course above the ground floor level. The middle of the facade is stressed by a 3 bays long projection and there is a gate surrounded with pillars. The Baroque Classical style dominates its decoration (window bars on the ground floor and the leaf ornaments of the upstairs windows). Huge pillars divide the front of the church.

No. 49 Úri street in ruins, end of the 1940s

Saint Clara - oil painting from the beginning of the 18th century