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The Public Library

The Public Library was established in 1890. The neo-baroque building was designed by Ferenc Raichle in 1897. The two telamones carrying one of the nicest balconies in the city make this building distinctive. 

The Grammar School

The first Grammar school was established in 1747 in the region. Its present building was designed by Ferenc Raichle in the late 19th century in neo-baroque style. There is a room in the building dedicated to one of the most outstanding Hungarian authors, Dezső Kosztolányi, who was born in Subotica.

The Fountains

The Green Fountain (1985) and the Blue Fountain (2001) are the pearls of the city centre. Both were made of Zsolnay tiles, likewise all decorative ceramics and roof tiles of the city's art nouveau buildings.