One of the most beautiful secessionist buildings in the whole of Hungary, the Debrecen County Hall was constructed where the first inn of the city, called Fejérló szálló [verbatim: White Horse Hotel] used to stand.

The façade of the building is strongly articulated: it contains ornamental elements from the famous Zsolnay porcelain factory of the city of Pécs, garlands, and the statues of four armed heyducks. Its ridge turret is embellished with the bronze statue of Prince Árpád, whereas the central part of the façade is decorated with the coat of arms of Hajdú [heyduck] County. The state-room of the building is called Árpád Hall, whose walls and ceiling are embellished with stucco-work and the coats of arms of the settlements of the county. Its tainted glass windows depict two of the chiefs of the migrant Magyar tribes.