This monument to victims of the black plague stands in silent remembrance to the many victims of the plague a few centuries ago. It has a beautiful gold colored sun or star-like burst at the very top.
A truly beautiful structure - erected to remember the victims of plague back in the 1700's. It is a main attraction and should not be missed.
The Holy Trinity Column sits adjacent to the Matthias Church close to the Castle complex. Erected during the 17th Century it plays homage to the victims of the plague,
This column is quite amazing, with statues, coats of arms, etc. It was built at the end of the plague in 1710 -1713 to guard against further outbreaks of plague. Worth a visit, near to Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastian.
Located in the Buda Castle district and adjacent to St Matthais Church, the Trinity Column was originally built in the early 1700s with a two-fold purpose: to protect the city from the Black Plague and honor those who had already succumbed. This is one busy monument. The…