The Mirror Hall, on the first floor of the Palace of Culture in Tg.Mures, got its name from the two opposite Venetian mirrors, but it became famous due to the twelve stained glass windows. The luxurious windows, facing the street in front of the Palace of Culture, are the work of art of Thoroczkai-Wigand Ede and Nagy Sándor, designed and executed in 1913 in Róth Miksa’s workshop in Budapest. The themes of the stained glass windows are visual representations of szeklers legends, ethnographic, social and cultural elements of their life, their architectural styles and interior design, typical family and household scenes. The first group, starting from the left side of the Hall, depict “Once, Time Out of mind world”, “Royalty gate”, “Palace Hut”. On the opposite side, from the right, there are mostly hungarian-hunnish legends: “Madame Réka hovels garden”, “Csaba’s cradle”,“Madame Réka’s triptych”. In between the sides, your eyes will be captured by “Budai Ilona ballad of the unrelenting Mother”, “The ballad of Salamon Sára”, “Kádár Kata – Two chapel flowers”.The last one is the visual representation of the oldest szeklers legend, from the XI century, “Júlia, the Girl lifted into Heaven”.