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"Primate's Palace" Primate's Palace Tip by Airpunk

Primate's Palace, Bratislava: 34 reviews and 49 photos

  Primate's Palace
by Airpunk

Between 1778 and 1781, it was building for the bishop of Estergom. This palace took its place in history when the Pressburg peace treaty was signed in it after Austria has lost the battle of Austerlitz. A couple of other important treaties and laws were signed here too, including the abolition of serfdom in Hungary. The palace is open to the public and beside the usual contemporary furniture, you will see some english tapestries from the mid-17th century. Today, Primate’s Palace is part of the city hall and a part of it is used as a place for official or cultural events.

Address: Primacialne Namestie
Directions: Looking from the main square, it is on the other side of the gothic part of the town hall.
Phone: 07-5443-5151

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jun 25, 2008
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