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Cluj-Napoca Bánffy Palace
... Bánffy Castle is a baroque building of the 18th century in Cluj-Napoca, designed by the German architect Johann Eberhard Blaumann ... The first owner of the palace was the Hungarian duke György Bánffy (1746–1822), the governor of Transylvania ... The palace (along with the Răscruci castle of the Bánffy family) features in the reminiscences of an English governess, Florence Tarring, who worked for one of the branches of the Bánffy family during ...
Cluj-Napoca - Geography - Surroundings
... The most notable of them is the Bonţida Bánffy Castle—once known as "the Versailles of Transylvania"—in the nearby village of Bonţida, 32 kilometres (20 mi ... the castle at Bonţida is not even the only one constructed by the Bánffy family ...
Miklós Bánffy
... Count Miklós Bánffy de Losoncz (30 December 1873—June 6, 1950) was a Hungarian nobleman, politician, and novelist ... The Bánffy family emerged in 15th century Transylvania and established itself among the foremost dynasties of the country ... produced a 19th century prime minister of Hungary (Dezső Bánffy), and the counts held important offices at court ...
Bonțida Bánffy Castle
... Bánffy Castle (or Bonţida Bánffy Castle) is an architectonic Baroque monument situated in Bonţida, a village in the vicinity of Cluj-Napoca, Romania ... It was owned by the Bánffy family (of which Miklós Bánffy was a member) ...
Beckov Castle - History - 1437–1729
... Battle of Mohács in 1526, where the Kingdom of Hungary was defeated by the Ottoman Empire, the Bánffy family rebuilt the castle into a Renaissance fortress and noble seat ... One of the Bánffys, János Bánffy, was killed fighting against the Turks in 1595 ... The Bánffy family owned the castle until 1646, when its last member, Kristóf Bánffy, died ...