The last work of noted architect Margit Pázmándi, this controversial development originally served as headquarters of the Central Command of the Workers’ Militia. Although it occupies a prominent and widely visible site on a Buda hill, the buildings plans, being a highly secured state object, were not published. After 1989 it served as headquarters of the Central Command of the Police, and later as central offices for Balassi Institute.
Central Command of the Workers’ Militia
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