The second terrace got its name from the elephant which is standing on a ball holding the castle on its back under the archways. In the flat museum we also meet this elephant as a figurine for which Jenő Bory won the Izidor Halmos Figurine Prize in 1926.

The concrete statues of Chieftain Lehel and Great Sulejman stand on the parapet. On the walls under the archways Bory drew four murals that portray the four determining architectural period in human history: the Greek-Roman Period, Christanity, Feudalism and Socialism.

If we look up, an arcuate balcony can be seen behind which we find the studio gallery of the castle’s onetime owner.