Vadnay-Szeremley-House

Vadnay-Szeremley-House

The dwelling house erected in the first decades of the 19th century belonged to the lawyer Gábor Vadnay. His friend, Sándor Petőfi, the poet spent the night on 8th July 1847 here, the memorial plaque on the wall of the building commemorates that event.

The late baroque building was converted at the end of the 19th century to its today’s appearance using eclecticisms. The rooms in the ground floor are arched, while those in the first floor are established with plain ceiling. On its court façade we can see cantilevered suspended corridor.

The symmetric street façade is slightly protruding, above it is jointed by middle projection closed by attic. In the axis and above the arched gate the balcony with gridiron fence emphasizes the façade, which is encompassed by a pilaster of Ionic cap on both sides.
At both side sections in the ground floor we find two shop doors and shop windows with plain closure, while in the first floor there are two richly framed windows of plain closure opening at each sections.

Elérhetőség: 

Vadnay-Szeremley-House

Location: 
Városház tér 5.
Miskolc
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