Last updated on September 12th, 2018
Inota’s Culture House is one of Hungary’s historic gems, a typical Soviet Era culture house, which provided culture, education and entertainment for the workers of the large power station nearby. Built in the 1950s, this building is a unique example of this era and has high artistic values, because it was designed by the period’s top architects and decorated with the frescoes and mosaics of the best Hungarian artists of that time. Although social realist architecture all around the world is being eroded by time, this culture house can offer a labyrinth of completely authentic retro exterior and interior design! The building has its own reading room, large hall, café, restaurant and enormous parking lot to cater for the visitors of its theatre hall, which actually has one of the best acoustics in Central Europe! Naturally, the town’s community did not let this significant retro culture house decay, so it was made a national heritage site. 70 years after it was built, it is still functioning today as a retro cinema and event center.