The town holl is situated in the center of the city. It is a beautiful building, but I can\t say, that it is magnificient. During the night time the lighting of the building is not very beautiful.
Красивое здание весёленькой расцветки. Башня, часы... Славное место в очень симпатичном городе. Ратуше больше 100 лет
Building is indeed impressive for this small town. Fine example of Secession style. I didn't expect to find it in this town. Worth seeing if you are in the area but I would not drive for more than one hour to see it. Not sure if they offer tours inside.
Ратуша красивая, производит впечатление сказочного замка, хотя и небольшого. Местным органам власти повезло работать в таком красивом здании. Мы не заходили вовнутрь, но ратуша открыта для посещения, во внутреннем дворике есть музей.
The Town Hall, located in the very heart of the city and facing the pedestrian zone of Myra Ave, is one of the major landmarks of Mukacheve and one of its most known symbols, after the Palanok Castle. For over 100 years it serves for its intended purpose – houses the city council of Mukacheve. It is painted in such a bright green colour these days that you will immediately recognise it. The Town Hall of Mukacheve was designed by Budapest architect Yanosh Babula-Jr. and erected in 1904-1906. Local historians claim that together with the foundation stone of the main clock tower on June 23, 1903, there was a letter placed inside, which, inter alia, reported that the population as of 1903 was 14,416 people and there were 1,553 houses in the town. Mukacheve Town Hall is specifically known for its chimes created by clock master Joseph Shovinskiy. Their cost sheet is still kept in the city archives. It says the main mechanism, housed in a small oval room of the tower, was suggested to be made from steel, and the bearings were bronze. The system of gears and levers is placed in the capacious glass box and connected by cables with two bells under the roof of the dome. Every 15 minutes the hammer strikes the lower bell, beating quarters of an hour, and the big bell strikes the hours. Thus, within earshot of the bells, it is possible to determine time by ear. By the end of their creation, Mukacheve chimes were recognised as one of the best tower clocks in Europe of that time.Not sure if access inside is normally allowed. We were in Mukacheve on the public holidays of May when everything was closed. But even from the outside it is a remarkable monument of architecture.
ночевали в гостинице напротив Ратуши, все начиналось хорошо, но с 3 часов, и вроде каждые полчаса мы просыпались, так как в Ратуше бил колокол, будьте внимательны при выборе номера)
Pretty green color, but not a lot to see inside. Small. Situated on a pretty square. Don't have much else to add.
Another must see place in Mukachevo. But i don't really think you may miss it it is in the very centre and very colorful. But as someone says not much to see - just look for several minutes and go farther
Очень красивое, потрясающее здание зеленого цвета. Наверху есть старинные часы, которые отбивают время. Здание очень органично вписывается в окружающую территорию. Возле ратуши находится прекрасная пешеходная зона.
I dislike when there is mix of buildings from different cultural times. It's so nice to sit in the cafe near by and imagine that now isn't 21th century but just beginning of 20th