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Prince Eugen von Savoyen-Carignan-Soissons bought the estate of Ráckeve on the Island of the Danube in 1698. It was highly esteemed as a rich agricultural territory. He had built by 1701 by the young Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt, a still well kept maison de plaisance following a French model as to the arranging the rooms on one level. On the hills on the right side of the Danube, in the vineyards of Promontor, a quadrangular castle was built. Its ground-plan (Vienna, Hofkammerarchiv), published in the present article, shows a close relationship with the Gartenpalais Mansfeld-Fondi in Vienna (1697) as well as with the castle in Bilje (1707–1711) and so it allows a probable attribution to Hildebrandt.