Raichle’s Palace in Subotica was constructed in 1904 as a family palace for the Serbian-Hungarian architect Ferenc Raichle. It’s one of the most beautiful buildings in Serbia.
The mansion is one of the most prominent achievements of Hungarian art-nouveau, along with the Subotica Synagogue and the Town Hall. The stylized, heart-shaped iron gate is surrounded by decorative walls and colorful façades. The ubiquitous heart motif, made of ceramics, murano mosaic, wrought iron, carved wood and other materials, always appears on the balcony railings and floors.
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