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Construction of the Governor’s Palace began in 1892 during the period of Governor Lajos Batthyány's rule and based on the design of one of the leading Hungarian architects of the time, Alajos Hauszmann who had already proved himself on the project...more
It was a rainy day and therefore I went with my wife in Rijeka. We found this museum and we decided to have a look. We paid 20kn each to enter, which is around 2,7euros. Personally, it was a pleasant visit. There are several interesting...More
Words can not express the feeling I had when I first entered this place.... it was mesmerizing! Old stairs, royal chairs and accessories... People are gonna laugh at me for saying this, but... At one part I felt like I was a princess (or even...More
The Governor’s Palace is so called because it was built in 1896 as the residence for Hungarian governors and other high officials. The building was designed by Hungarian architect Alajos Hauszmanin in a late renaissance style. Today it is the home of The Maritime and...More
If you visit the city centre, the Governor's Palace, also site of the Maritime and Warfare Museum, is nearby and worth a visit. The building itself is a nice piece of architecture, and the exhibits are interesting, especially the old guns and swords. Just like...More