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Cluj-Napoca, Rhédey palace

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46,76880 N, 23,58923 E

The original one-storey building was built or rebuilt, as we learn from a courtyard commemorative plaque, in 1698 by Bulcsesdi Sara, wife of prefect Székely László. In the eighteenth century it became the property of Rhédey Groves, and in the middle of the nineteenth century the Rhédey János grove was the second floor of the building. This event was commemorated destroyed its upper plate, located on the first floor in the ballroom upstairs were kept Theater Company performances of the Hungarian nobility in Transylvania, established in 1792.

This can be read from the commemorative plaque, from Napoca Street, raised by Grohe Rhedey Johanna, in 1892, at the centenary of the Hungarian theater in Cluj.

The building is currently owned by the Reformed College in Debrecen.

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