The garden near the late-baroque palace of Prince Leopold de Pauli represents an important natural space that has been preserved as a remnant of the so-called royal garden from the 15th century. The Palace of Prince de Pauli was built in 1775-1776 for the chief administrator of the imperial estates on the former royal estate. The construction contractor was architect F.K. Rȍmisch, proceeding probably according to the plans of F. A. Hillebrandt. This palace was the only one in the 18th century, apart from the provost's palace on Kapitulská street. , a regular courtyard and a larger garden. In that period, they built a ground-floor building in it, called the music pavilion, which is incorrectly said to have been where Franz Liszt gave concerts. Between 1960 and 1969, the palace was adapted for the needs of the University Library. Today, we can follow the development of the garden on three maps from the 18th and 19th centuries.
It is located near the late Baroque palace of Prince Leopold de Pauli, administrator of the royal estates. This palace was built in 1775-76 on the site of an older royal house. It is the only palace apart from the provost's palace on Kapitulská street, which had a regular courtyard and an adjacent larger garden in the 18th century. At that time, they built a baroque ground-floor building in the garden, the so-called A music pavilion where concerts and garden parties were held. The garden is reconstructed in an abstract geometrical hint of the original Baroque symmetrical composition, the form of which has not been preserved in detail.
Currently, the Liszt Garden serves as a summer reading room for visitors to the University Library in Bratislava. Music concerts are held there. He regularly participates in the nationwide event the Open Parks and Gardens Weekend.
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The summer reading room in the Liszt`s garden, with an entrance from the building at Ventúrská 11, is accessible during the library's opening hours.