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This “Town of the Waters” provides travelers with a happy respite. They book a hotel in Tata knowing they can enjoy the water of the Old Lake. This popular resort town provides its guests with many and varied attractions. There is the Castle beside the Old Lake. There is also the famous Clock Belfry in the town’s very center. The work of a local carpenter, this 1763 structure has a brick octagonal base topped by a wooden cage containing 4 clocks. The plans are by the famous architect, Jakob can place you in hotels in Tata close to the town’s major attractions. These include the Cifra Mill (1587). This is a single story structure with red maple windows. Fellner did not design it, but he was responsible for alterations in 1755. Fellner, as the favorite architect of the Esterházy Family is responsible for the Esterházy Palace. This 18th century residence is a fine example of Baroque elements at work. It includes a Turkish Bath and stables. Other local work of Fellner includes the Church of the Holy Cross with its Baroque façade featuring twin-towers. Inside is a high altar by Grossman and work by Anton Schwaiger (1786). The Capuchin Church, also by Fellner, is a triple-nave Church of 1734-1736. He is not responsible, however, for the Museum of Graco-Roman Replicas. Inside, you will find a collection of copies of famous Greek and Roman sculptures. If you have not had enough of Tata and Fellner, arrange to stay longer. Consider small but clean discount Tata hotels as a solution.