City Hall

The City Hall, the centre and the symbol of Subotica, was built between 1908 and 1912. It is 76m high and covers an area of 5838 m². It was designed by Komor and Jakab, the renowned Budapest architects. The decorative features of Art Nouveau are enriched with a romantic nuance of the Hungarian folklore, by floral elements made of ceramics and wrought ironwork forging. The Council Hall and its splendid stained glass windows are the heart of the building. It is being used for Assembly sessions, concerts, weddings and important gatherings. Likewise in the past, the City Hall hosts city administration, the Historical archives, boutiques and banks. City Hall's 45 m high observatory provides an unforgettable sight of Subotica and its outskirts. Visiting hours: -individual tourists: Tuesday to Friday at 12 am; (starting point: Souvenir shop) -groups by appointment;

Address: 
Trg slobode 1, Subotica
Working hours: 
Visiting hours: Individual tourists: Tuesday to Friday at 12 am; groups by appointment;

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