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This is one of the 3 monuments I saw during my walk around the Parliament. There was no one posing for pictures or sitting around it during my visit here. I can therefore freely take pictures!
The view of the Danube River plus that of...More
With so many statues and monuments in Budapest, one might get satiated after awhile. But this one is quite imposing looking and is big enough and mounted high enough that even when there is a crowd at the base, you can still see the monument...More
This statue is located in Kossuth Square and dedicated to Lajos Kossuth. He was an Hungarian statesmen who devoted his life to fighting for independence during the period when the country was under the powers of the Austrians subsequently leading to the 1848 Revolution. Another...More
I do not want to bore anyone stiff, but I feel that a short history of this memorial is necessary. The current statue group was made by János Horvay and was set up in 1927. After the change of regime, like so many other things,...More
Situation adjacent to the Parliament building and next to the Danube these couple of Statues dedicated to Lajos Kossuth stand proudly. They are very detailed and interesting. Any visit to the Parliament area could easily fit in a visit around these statues.
The STATUES OF LAGOS KOSSUTH is an amazing area in the beautiful square .
Lagos Kossuth was a Hungarian leader who was prominent in the uprising against the Habsburgs in 1848--1849 .
The statue/statues are wonderful and the square is surrounded by exquisite architecture.
Discover the Inner City along the banks of the Danube, with its fashionable shops and iconic buildings. The Inner-City Parish Church and St. Stephen’s Basilica stand out as two of the finest examples of architecture in the area. If you are still hunting for more historical treats, then the ruins of the medieval city walls on Kecskeméti Utca are a must-visit while the Soviet War Memorial is also worthy of attention
and relevant to Hungary’s more recent history. If shopping is on your itinerary, then be prepared: the market squares in this area are an absolute delight, particularly during the Christmas period, but even throughout the year you’ll find the latest trends in the shops on Vaci Utca.