Built in secession style stands in the heart of the town. The Town Hall on the Main Square is the most important and most imposing edifice in Senta.
It was built between 1912 and 1914 following the plans of Kovács Frigyes, architect from Budapest. The building’s 50 meters high massive tower has the characteristics of the Hungarian Art Nouveau. From the look-out the panoramic view of Senta and its surroundings is astonishing. The Town Hall’s interior with the gallery, the unique staircase and the imposing Assembly Hall is a masterpiece.