|Palace of Justice, Cluj-Napoca|
Palatul de Justiţie
Court of Appeal entrance (western façade)
|Alternative names||Curtea de Apel|
|Address||Ştefan cel Mare Square (Court of Appeal)|
2 Dorobanţilor Way (Courthouse)
|Current tenants||Cluj Court of Appeal|
|Owner||Ministry of Justice|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Epitotarsasag, Kotsis, Smiel, Fodor es Reisinger|
The Palace of Justice in Cluj-Napoca, on Dorobanţilor Street, no.2, is an eclectic structure, built between 1898 and 1902, after the plans of the association Epitotarsasag, Kotsis, Smiel, Fodor es Reisinger. The Palace, with a total area of 19,950 m2 (214,700 sq ft), was projected by the architect Gyula Wagner.
The quadrilater building, with its 13 inner yards is a part of the ensemble in Avram Iancu Square, together with the Romanian Opera, the CFR Palace, the Palace of the Prefecture, the Palace of Finance and the Palace of the Orthodox Metropolis.