The Klotild Palace is one of the typical Hungarian Neo-Baroque eclectic twin buildings constructed during the turn of the 20th century to designs by Kálmán Giergl and Flóris Korb. From the Rákóczi Road, the Klotild and Matild look like the gate to Elisabeth Bridge on the Danube. The steel building is clad in stone, and is topped by a replica of a crown. Fitted with the first elevator in Budapest, and glass windows by Miksa Roth, it stands as a symbol of luxury. It is currently the Buddha-Bar Hotel.
V. Ferenciek tere, Budapest, Hungary
Clotilde Palace and Nearby Attractions on Map
Miniversum has 1:100 scaled, intricately detailed model layouts of major sights and landmarks from Budapest and Hungary, as well as few from Austria and Germany.
Kossuth Memorial(1.8 km)
The Kossuth Memorial was built in front of the Hungarian Parliament Building to honor former Governor-President of the Kingdom of Hungary, Lajos Kossuth.
Lajos Kossuth Square(1.6 km)
The Kossuth Lajos Square on the banks of the Danube is Budapest's most important square, surrounded by the Hungarian Parliament Building, Museum of Ethnography, and Kossuth Tér Massacre Memorial.
Boscolo Budapest Hotel(1.4 km)
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Hungarian Electrical Engineering Museum(0.9 km)
The Elektrotechnikai Múzeum showcases electrical devices and household electrical equipment, along with exhibits on the electrification of the railway system and different lighting systems.
Mary Magdalene Tower(2.2 km)
The Gothic Mary Magdalene Tower is a reconstruction of the 13th century Franciscan church used by Hungarian citizens of Budapest.
Millennial Monument(3.1 km)
The Millenial Monument on Heroes' Square was built in 1896 to honor Hungarian heroes on the event of the 1000th anniversary of the Magyar conquest in 895.
Vigado Square(0.5 km)
The Square in front of the Vigado Concert Hall on the Danube Promenade has a Children's Fountain and the famous statue of the 'Little Princess'.
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