Ansamblul Stației C.F.R.
Central Station Assembly
  • Architecture – Stil eclectic
  • Built – 1857-1902
  • Architect – Rimánoczy Kálmán Sr.
THE CENTRAL STATION (Bucharest Square). It was built in 1857. Its architectural style can be described as eclectic. Between 1900 and 1902, due to the increased flow of travelers, it was modernized and significantly extended. Currently, two new wings are being added, in the same eclectic style, with neo-Roman and neo-Gothic influences. Worthy of notice is the fact that two of the most important builders in the city left their mark upon it: the architect RIMANÓCZY Kálaman senior and the construction engineer Réndes Vilmős. The building has been recently rehabilitated.

CFR Hospital (Headquarters of the Society for the Regularization and Landscaping of the Barcău River)
Located nearby the Central Station of Oradea, at No. 56 Republicii Street, this building was constructed in 1904. The architects who collaborated on this eclectic-style building are Fehér Lajos and Ritter Ignác. As its original name suggests, this building was constructed and used by the members of the Society for the Regularization and Landscaping of the Barcău River and later repurposed as the CFR Hospital in Oradea.