Miksa Dömötör tenement palace – city museum

Former owners and tenants of this palace have left a significant mark in medicine, journalism, entrepreneurship and art of Subotica. In 1906, the project for the palace was commissioned from Budapest architects, the Vágó brothers, József and László – by Dr. Miksa Dömötör – a physician and a multitalented intellectual.

Dömötör palace was one of the first tenement palaces with geometric elements of the Viennese version of Art Nouveau – Vienna Secession in Subotica.

In this palace there was a printing company for six decades and in 2008, the palace was reconstructed and from then on it has been the home of the City Museum of Subotica.