The dark, unlit old building in the very center of the city has an interesting history. It was ordered by the Vienna insurance company Angkor as a Budapest headquarters in the early nineteenth century. Everyone who has been to Vienna is familiar with the famous anchor watches in the old city that were created to popularize this insurance company. The building in Budapest was transformed into a residential building during the communists. It had communal apartments in the former offices of clerks. To this day, the building has not been restored and poses a threat to life.