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Úri utca 6. (No. 6 Úri Street)

Two-storey burgher's house with an enclosed courtyard, reconstructed several times during the 20th century. The undistinctive front conceals many valuable remains from the Middle Ages, such as the barrel-vaulted gateway, on both sides of which sedilia can be found. Right of the gate a memorial tablet commemorates the birthplace of László Szalay, a famous 19th century jurist and historian.

No. 6 Úri street, around 1940

No. 6 Úri street, datail of the gateway, 1946