Slovak National Gallery - Esterházy Palace

Region: Region Bratislava (Bratislavský kraj)
District: Bratislava I
City / Municipality: Bratislava, City part / Municipality part:Staré Mesto (Old Town)
Tourist location:Bratislava and surroundings
Mountains: Little Carpathians (Malé Karpaty)
Lies by the river: Dunaj
Latitude:48° 8' 24.13536" / 48.1400376
Longitude:17° 6' 30.731759999928" / 17.10853659999998
Included in categories: Mansions and Palaces, Galleries
Esterházy Palace In 1990, the SNG acquired the building of Esterházy Palace in Ľudovít Štúr Square in Bratislava. It is an adjacent multi-storied building in neo-Renaissance style, built during the 1970s by architect J. Feigler, Jr. It features typical neo-Renaissance elements, alluding to the Italian High Renaissance and especially the architecture of city palaces. This grand building, with preserved staircase, balconies, windows with triangular frontons and plastic bossage, was partially rebuilt in the 1920s. The legendary café Berlinka was located on the ground floor, its premises serving as 'column hall' for exhibition purposes and was later rented out. Nowadays, with the old name Berlinka, the café is open for the public again. Currently, Esterházy Palace (EP) is the only public space of the Slovak National Gallery in Bratislava. The building houses exhibition spaces, visitor facilities, depositories and the Fine Art Archive. Ex Libris bookshop and Berlinka Café are housed on the ground floor, ... ... Read more

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