The building of the City Court Beregove
Berehove district

The building of the City Court Beregove

The building of the City Court Beregove is in the eponymous town of Transcarpathian region. The facility was built in 1909. The project presented by renowned architect Ferenc Jablonski. Its grandeur and glamor courthouse was to reflect the power of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The court room is at a comfortable pedestrian Kossuth Square. The building is the spirit of pretentious pomposity and unique flavor. It stands out from the other buildings and structures, much smaller in size and beauty of the design. During the reign of the Soviet regime, there was a factory for the production of precision mechanical products and military barracks. Since 2002, the historic building was occupied by the Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute named after Francis II Rákóczi. The building of the City Court held Beregove minor restoration. Thanks to the good care and not very tumultuous history of the premises, it is practically lost its original appearance.

     

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