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Reviewed today via mobile

Visited the square today whilst on a walking tour of Budapest. It is another must see when visiting the city. A real part of history with wonderful architecture and statues of ancient kings and key people in Hungarian history. We so enjoyed walking around and stopping and looking - well with a visit.

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Reviewed today

An vast open square with impressive memorials, but for one of the country's most important monuments the authorities were not maintaining the tiles, with many broken or missing.

Thank betterthanwork
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Reviewed today

We saw this on way to Baths,have seen others like it before,a bit like when you seen one you seen them all.

Thank pinnock
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This is a very large square located at the entrance to the huge park. In the square there are many monuments to the heroes of the Hungarian nation. Visit in Budapest would not be perfect without a visit in this square.

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Reviewed today via mobile

Large open space square with the central monument. Massive sculptures depicting The horsemen. Good to walk around and good photos.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It is a very nice open area with the Heroes’ monuments that worths a visit while you are in Budapest.

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Reviewed yesterday

My wife and I were here on a Gate1 tour. Though we don't know 99% of the Hungary heroes, we can relate to it via our own heroes. The local tour guide did tell us about some of the heroes, and we had read about them briefly,
This is where the 1956 rebellion demonstration started. This square contains iconic statue complex featuring the Seven chieftains of the Magyars and other important Hungarian national leaders, as well as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

On one side is the Museum of Fine Arts and on the other is the Hall of Arts

Thank dragon789wv
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The seven horsemen leaders of the tribes were mounted on horseback, overlooked by the angel Gabrial. Spectacular monument. The equine statues were very realistic.

Thank Christine T
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Your visit will be more meaningful if you are part of guided tour group with local guide, or at least you have to do a little literature research about this monument, the Hero Square. Located a bit away from main tourist city centre, it is too far by walking from the most visited tourist city centre area, unless you use the Hop On Hop Off Bus, which is start and end here, at the nearby Tourist Information and Ticket Centre. Anyway, it is a really good square with monument in the centre, the column depicts Archangel Gabriel holds Hungarian Holy Crown and apostolic double cross, and behind it huge walls standing vertically with the iconic statues on top of them featuring the seven chieftains of the Magyar and other important Hungarian national leaders, as well as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Not too crowded so more space for tourists here with something to tell us about Hungary in the past. All for free entry.

Thank trainsspotter7
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Reviewed 3 days ago

A must see tourist site
Good photo opportunity
Historic museums surround
A nice walk from Andrássy and then onto the park and Roman spas

Thank Julezbabe
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