Anker Palace in Budapest, Hungary

Tourists often find themselves in Deák Ferenc tér because several metros intersect here. The square is named after a mid-19th century politician who helped create the Hungarian Assembly. “The Wise Man of the Nation” also promoted the Reformist’s “Ten Points” of freedom which led to the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. The Anker Palace faces this square. Ignác Alpár designed the Anker House in 1910 as apartments. The investor was the Anker Life and Pension Company. The building was later converted into the Anker Palace Hotel but has since closed.

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Budapest, Deák Ferenc tér 6, 1061 Hungary

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