Jakab’s palace

On the corner of Mlynská and Štefániková streets in Košice stands a beautiful building built in the neo-Gothic style. Jakab’s palace was built at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries by designer Ing. Arpád Jakab, after whom it is named. A truly fairytale building once stood on the bank of Mlynské nahon, which was abolished in 1968 and later replaced by a four-lane road.
The palace was built in memory of King Matej Corvín, which is also mentioned by the commemorative plaque at the entrance. In its construction, discarded stones from the nearby St. Cathedral were even used. Elizabeth. During a short period it served as the office of President Edvard Beneš and at the turn of the millennium as the seat of the British Council. Since 1989, there have been several lawsuits over the ownership of Jakab’s Palace, which is one of the reasons why it is closed to the public.

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