Salamon Sonnenberg Tenement Palace

Both Sonnenberg palaces were built in 1910, and designed by Izidor Strassburger and Lajos Gombos.

The palace in Ðure Ðakovic Street (today the Hungarian Consulate General) is one of the finest examples of Hungarian Art Nouveau.

Flamboyantly colored plant patterns on decorative elements of Zsolnay ceramics are an echo of Hungarian folk patterns.

The façade of the other palace was designed in a simpler manner, under the influence of Vienna Secession, but with decorative elements of Hungarian Art Nouveau.