Location Sample: Andrássy Castle, Tiszadob, Hungary


The castle of Tiszadob was commissioned by Count Gyula Andrássy in 1880 and completed in 1885. It was built to mimic its counterparts in France’s Loire valley and, as legend has it, in honour of Queen Elizabeth of Hungary. The grand building repeatedly recalls the passage of time over one year: four main doors represent the four seasons and 12 turrets represent the 12 months. It also features 52 rooms and 365 windows. In the east it is bordered by the river Tisza. A picturesque garden lies on its south. The knot garden on the north is unique in Hungary. Going further west the visitor finds a protected parkland with ancient oaks.


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