J. M. Hurbana Street No. 28
Rosenfeld´s Palace was built according to the design of the architect Mikuláš Rauter in 1907. It was named after its owner – the merchant Ignác Rosenfeld. It is one of the most beautiful art–nouveau monuments in Slovakia. Formerly, this building was considered to be the most beautiful building in the town. Following the formation of the first Czechoslovak Republic, the building housed the Commercial Bank of Žilina.
In 2009, Rosenfeld´s Palace was declared a national cultural monument. The town of Žilina is planning to reconstruct the building and set up representative spaces within it.
Source: TIO Žilina (researched from academic literature).
It can be visited
Guided tours of the Rosenfeld Palace (with lecturer):
■ Monday – Friday: 9.30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Sunday: by request (bookings for organised groups of 10 or more persons must be made in advance by calling telephone number +421 417 64 96 92), take a look on Rosenfeld´s Palace.
■ Guided tours (with lecturer) can also be provided at times other than 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. if booked in advance for a group of at least 6 persons.
■ Visitors can also make self-guided tours of the palace’s rooms using an audio guide at any time during the Rosenfeld Palace’s opening hours. Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Position of the monument on the map: B3
Number of the monument on the map: 8