Dušan Stojković palace

Although the palace was initially designed and built back in the early nineteenth century, architect Géza Kocka is the one responsible for its present-day appearance. Even though he was the most faithful representative of the NeoRenaissance in Subotica, in 1907 he designed this facade in the Vienna Secession style.

In addition to abundant Art Nouveau ornaments, interesting is the bay window at the corner of the building, which is held and embraced by a giant shell. After the renovation, the palace was given a new function and it became a restaurant.