The building of the City Library in Subotica, formerly the National Kasina(place of social gatherings) building, was established in 1896 and has the status of a cultural monument of great importance.
The building was built by design of Ferenc Raichle on the site of the former Baroque house of the Skenderović family.
It is a corner building in the spirit of eclecticism, with a monumental way of processing, especially emphasized the entrance with two atlases, the work of sculptor Eda Telč, carrying the floor of the balcony.
Conservation works were performed in 1989 and from 2002 to 2004. Thereafter, the building was occasionally renovated and expanded.