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Heroes' Square, Budapest

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Visit a number of historic landmarks in one stop at Heroes' Square, where you can see the Museum of Fine Arts, the Palace of Art, and City Park. This square, a popular spot for tourists, also features the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the statue of Archangel Gabriel, and the Millennium Monument, which opened in 1896. The adjacent City Park is a World Heritage Site. Besides its own historical relevance, this square is also the meeting place of a number of cultural centers. It is flanked on both sides by competing art museums and faces out to the famous Andrassy Avenue. Add Heroes' Square to your Budapest travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Budapest trip itinerary planning tool.
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  • Square itself is nice and interesting, but...do walk across the bridge behind it, to the leisure area park, and visit a castle on the right, really worth seeing different architecture styles and... 
    Square itself is nice and interesting, but...do walk across the bridge behind it, to the leisure area park, and visit a castle on the right, really worth seeing different architecture styles and...  more »
  • Heroes' Square, is one of the major squares in Budapest noted for its iconic Millennium Monument (the column) with statues at its base featuring the Seven chieftains of the Magyars and other... 
    Heroes' Square, is one of the major squares in Budapest noted for its iconic Millennium Monument (the column) with statues at its base featuring the Seven chieftains of the Magyars and other...  more »
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  • The Heroes' Square is one of the most important landmarks in the Pest side of Budapest. Flanked by two national museums, it features the statues of the heroes that marked the complex history of Hungary since the arrival of the seven Magyar tribe leaders and the proclamation of Hungary as a Christian by King St. Stephen in the year 1,000. The colossal size of the statues is one of the most amazing aspects, as well as the nearby park with ample green areas and food kiosks
  • Thanks to Hungary, I got acquainted with history, monuments, places of interest of old fashioned traditional beautiful Hungary, country of distinct contrasts. I fell in love with national cuisine and hospitality of its people. I love you, HUNGARY

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