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Architectural heritage in Kecskemét, the town of Art Nouveau (monuments, other important buildings, sights)

The one-time market town transformed into a sizeable city with stately edifices by the turn of the 19th century. Kecskemét has been the centre and county seat of Bács-Kiskun County since 1950. The secessionist atmosphere of the downtown fascinates visitors from the first moment. The historical Main Square, the monuments, and sights of the city are certain to capture your imagination and your heart.

Address Architectural style Name of the building  Other information Homepage
Arany János u. 1. Romanticism Lutheran Church Designed by Miklós Ybl, built in 1862-63.  
Szabadság tér 1. Art Nouveau Press-House    
Batthyány u. 7-9. Eclectic  Hotel Három Gúnár*** and Conference Hall    
Budai utca Eclectic Israeli Cemetery Entrance-building  
Czollner tér 7. Classicism Saint Elisabeth Church Designed by Ágoston Fischer, built between 1826-27. After its reconstruction it took on an Eclectic style.  
Dózsa Gy. u. 1-3. Art Nouveau Katona József Grammar School the former Science School was designed by Kálmán Löllbach and built in 1912-14.  
Piaristák tere 5. Eclectic Piarist Grammar School Designed by Dezső Hültl and built in 1930-33.  
Piaristák tere 6. Baroque Piarist Church Designed by András Mayerhoffer and built in 1724-30.  
Piaristák tere 6. Baroque Piarist Convent Built in 1725  
Piaristák tere 6. Late Baroque Piarist Students’ Hostel Built in 1825-32.  
Kálvin tér 2. Neobaroque Post Office    
Kaszap u. 6-14. Eclectic Teachers’ Training College Designed by Géza Boskó and built in 1929-30.  
Katona József u. 5. Folk architecture Katona József Memorial House    
Katona József u. 5. Eclectic Katona József Theatre Designed by the famous achitects of Vienna, Hellmer and Fellner, built in 1896.  
Katona József tér Baroque Column of Holy Trinity The statue was designed by Antal Conti Lipót and built in 1742  
Kéttemplom köz Baroque Kodály Zoltán Institute of Music-Pedagogy The one-time Franciscan monastery (with remains from the Middle Ages) was built between 1702-1736.  
Klapka u. 34. Baroque Bozsó Collection Built in 1786.  
Kossuth tér 1. Art Nouveau Town Hall This masterpiece of Art Nouveau was designed by Ödön Lechner and Gyula Pártos and built between 1892—96.  
Kossuth tér 2. Late Baroque Big Catholic Church This prominent building in the Main Square was designed by Gáspár Oswald and built in 1774-1806.  
Kossuth tér 3. Romanesque; reconstructed in Gothic and Baroque style Church of Friars This one-time Franciscan Church was built in the 14th century, and completed between 1678-89. In 1790 its tower was raised.  
Gáspár A. krt. 11. Baroque with folk architecture motives Museum of Hungarian Naive Artists The former „Bánó”-House, built around 1730.  
Küküllő u. Late-Secession Holy Trinity Cemetery, and Memorial park    
Műkert 2. Art Nouveau Workshop of Hungarian Creative Arts Foundation It was built by the plans of Béla Jánszky and Tibor Szévessy in the 1910s.  
Rákóczi út 3-5. Art Nouveau Regional Management of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the Central Information Office of Kecskemét’s Region It is the former building of the Headquarters of the Economical Society, which was built by the plans of Béla Jánszky and Tibor Szévessy in 1910-11.  
Rákóczi út 2. Moorish-Romanesque House of Science and Technics The former Synagogue was built by the plans of János Zitterbarth between 1862-71.  
Rákóczi út 7.  Classicism  Museum of Hungarian Folk Art and Handicraft The one-time brewery was built at the end of the 18th century.  
Szabadág tér 3. Art Nouveau Apartments, shops, offices of the Lutheran Church The building is called Luther Palace, and was built by the plans of Valér Mende between 1910-12.  
Szabadág tér 7. Art Nouveau Calvinist Primary and Secondary School The former Calvinist New College was built by the plans of Valér Mende between 1911-13; while the side-wing – by the plans of Jenő Szappanos – between 1928-30.  
Szabadág tér Early-Baroque Calvinist Church It was built between 1680-84, and reconstructed in 1790-1792.  
Szabadág tér 2. Eclectic Café Liberté The building of the former Calvinist Bazaar (1878) is the work of Gyula Pártos  
Kossuth tér 4. Art Nouveau Youth Centre The one-time Home of Craftsmen was built by the plans of Marcell Komor and Dezső Jakab in 1906-1907.  
Széchenyi tér 9. Classicism Greek Catholic Church The church was built by the plans of Ágoston Fischer between 1824-1829.  
The area of Arboretum Baroque Maria-Chapel Date of building: 1713.  
Park of the railway station Early-Realistic Katona József Museum The building was constructed by the plans of Károly László in 1875, and it was completed in 1924.
 
 
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