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RIHA Journal 0181, Oszkó

Fig. 01

Novi Sad, sketch-map of the city highlighting the works of architects Lipót Baumhorn and Károly Kovács (© Ágnes Ivett Oszkó)

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Fig. 02

Novi Sad, Tomin palace, Trg Maria Trandafil 12, 1907–1909, architect: Lipót Baumhorn (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Fig. 03

Novi Sad, Trg Slobode, buildings of the Savings Bank and the House of the Ironman (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Fig. 04

Novi Sad, detail of the façade of the Savings Bank, Trg Slobode 7, 1904–1905, architect: Lipót Baumhorn (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Fig. 05

Novi Sad, pediment of the House of the Ironman, Njegoseva 2, 1908–1909, architect: Károly Kovács (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Fig. 06

Copy of the planning document of the House of the Ironman, autograph signature and stamp of "Károly Kovács, architect and builder, Budapest" (by courtesy of Zavod zazastitu spomenika kulture grada Novog Sada [Institution for the Conservation of the Monuments of the City, Novi Sad])

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Novi Sad, Winkle palace, detail of the façade, Kralja Aleksandra 5, 1906–1907, architect: Károly Kovács (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Novi Sad, Winkle palace, detail of the façade, Kralja Aleksandra 5, 1906–1907, architect: Károly Kovács (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Fig. 09

Novi Sad, Menráth palace, detail of the façade, Kralja Aleksandra 14, 1908–1909, architect: Lipót Baumhorn (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Fig. 10

Detail of the plan of the Winkle palace. Istorijski Arhiv grada Novog Sada, Tehnicki Arhiv [Historical Archive of the City of Novi Sad, Technical department] (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Fig. 11

Plan of the synagogue of Novi Sad, 1906, architect: Lipót Baumhorn (© Zavod za zastitu spomenika kulture grada Novog Sada [Institution for the Conservation of the Monuments of the City of Novi Sad])

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Fig. 12

Ground floor plan of the house of Lipót Schwarz in Novi Sad, 1910, architect: Lipót Baumhorn (© Istorijski Arhiv grada Novog Sada, Tehnicki Arhiv [Historical Archive of the City of Novi Sad, Technical Department]; photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Fig. 13

Novi Sad, house of Lipót Schwarz, gateway, Trg Pozorišni 7, 1910–1911, architect: Lipót Baumhorn (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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Novi Sad, house of Lipót Schwarz, Trg Pozorišni 7, 1910–1911, architect: Lipót Baumhorn (photograph: Ágnes Ivett Oszkó, 2013)

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