The existing urban-architectural complex is mainly Art Nouveau style, constructed in the early 20th century, after a feudal castle, located on the site of today's Palace of Justice, was demolished. The Palace was designed by the Budapest-born architect G. Czigler, while the supporting masonry across the street is the work of the Art Nouveau architect G. Rubinich. Both the masonry and the supporting masonry, built in monumental rustic style and in places even with stylised “cannon holes”, are impressive and sad reminders of the fortifications erased by them.