The Sándor Palace (Alexander in English) was built in 1803 in neo classical style, by the well known architect, Mihály Pollack. During the Second World War, it was seriously damaged but after the fall of communism, it has been restored as the original building.
Today the Palace is home to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Hungary and his Office, but occasionally on summer weekends, the palace opens its gates for tourists and holds exhibitions about the history of the building and Hungarian ministry system.
1014 Budapest, Szent György tér
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