Neptun Palace, sometimes known as Neptun Baths, is a building in Timișoara built between 1912-1914 to the design of architect László Székely. It was originally called "Hungaria" and was intended to replace the former Turkish baths in Fabric. The palace is an outstanding example of the Viennese Secession, enjoys wide views from the centre and along the Bega canal and marks the beginning of the Fabric district.


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