4 Officer’s Pavilion

Officer’s Pavilion (built during the reign of Francis Joseph I in 1863) bears his personal motto on the main façade: VIRIBVS VNITIS („By united strengths”). Originally, the pavilion offered accommodation to the Empire Army officers and their families. On the first floor there was a casino established for officers. Today, the municipality uses the pavilion as offices, doctors’ consultation rooms and restaurants. There is also an open-air theater, which is popular place for the local newlyweds to take photos during the summer.