The Mirror Hall
The Palace of Culture hosts the impressive Mirror Hall, located on the first floor. The twelve stained glasses of supreme value were made in Róth Miksa’s studio in 1913. Edge compositions were created according to the drawings of Toroczkai Wigand Ede. The left-hand stained glass windows represent scenes from the Transylvanian daily life and details from the traditional Szekler architecture. The paintings on the right illustrate Szekler legends. The four stained glasses in the middle feature popular Hungarian ballads with a vibrant chroma, whose designs were made by Nagy Sándor, one of the representative figures of the Gödöllő artistic colony. We know more in the stained glasses of the collaboration between Sándor Nagy and Miksa Róth. But in their turn the peak of their common career is achieved through the stained glasses made for the Mirror Room.
The Mirror Hall is temporary closed due to restoration works.