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Mirbach Palace (Slovak: Mirbachov palác) is a Rococo-style palace in the Old Town, Bratislava, built from 1768 to 1770 for Pressburg (then Pozsony) brewer Michal Spech. The palace is named after its last owner, Count Emil Mirbach. Count Emil Mirbach was shot in 1945 by the invading Russians and the palace was expropriated along with the contained Mirbach's art collections. The palace was completely renovated in 1975 and made a seat of the Bratislava City Gallery. It houses Central European baroque painting and sculptures exhibition (link) and temporary exhibitions.
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The museum has 5 floors of art, where the lower are focused on traditional art and the top modern and installation art. Be aware that you'll have to pay €1 to take photos of the art. I really enjoyed the modern art which I thought was fantastic, especially the hallway of books. Just brilliant.
Like each palace although this one has something to offer with it own atmosphere
The art here is great but staff still lives in the communism era.
Nice Italian fotos
Dear Filip, this is Mirbach Palace, photo IS correct. Maybe you need to visit Bratislava again ;-)