Heroes Square is the central square of Budapest, Hungary. It is a historic, artistic and political attraction. It was designed and constructed by the famous Hungarian sculptor of the New Baroque School in the 19th century, Zolo Gilgi and Architect Skikedenz Albert. Spacious and solemn, magnificent. On the right side of the square is the largest gallery in the country, and on the left is the Art Gallery. Entering the square, you can see two symmetrical curved stone pillars on both sides. Between each pillar, there are seven statues of historical heroes. Above the stone wall are two groups of statues of warriors steering chariots. In the center of the square stands a 36-meter-high Millennium monument. The Millennium Monument is a new Baroque cylindrical stone monument, 36 meters high, with a bronze sculpture of an angel on the top and wings. She held up the cross in one hand and the two crowns welded together in the other, indicating that Hungarians had acquired the right to settle in the founding of the country. There are seven statues of tribal leaders on the monument. They are all dressed up, riding high horses, armed with blades, and magnificent. Because today Hungarians originated from several nomadic tribes in ancient Asia (strictly descendants of our Huns, but they do not admit it), starting in the middle of the 5th century AD, they gradually moved westward in search of new water sources and grasslands. Under the leadership of the leader Alpad, seven tribes came to settle in today's Danube and Tissa rivers and established their own countries. Hence, the Hungarian people with a history of more than 3,000 years have only settled in Europe for more than 1,000 years. The seven warriors in the sculptures were the tribal leaders of that year.
Go straight down the highway, and when you enter the circle at the Grand Circle intersection, you can directly see that the representative building of the circle is a huge hero square. If you drive by yourself, drive out of the circle at the third exit after entering the circle. On the left hand is the entrance of the skating rink, and on the right is the woodland. Vehicles can park here. Walk into the ring. I've forgotten about the four or six lanes, but if you have a chance, you can experience that no matter how many lanes, no matter how many cars, when you stop at the roadside to cross the road, all the vehicles will stop, politely giving priority to pedestrians, which one is touching! Not a thousand words can describe, in some places, there is absolutely no such etiquette. Walk into the Hero Square, look around the magnificent panorama, not you can use the camera collection, you can only use your highest pixel eyes to see, with your head to remember. I tried to show my family with a camera. How can I take pictures of the height, width and solemnity? I went there on Christmas Eve, the wind was chilling, but the beautiful scenery really makes you want to let time stay here quietly.
Heroes Square is the central square of Budapest, Hungary. It is a historical, artistic and political monument. The square was built in 1896 to commemorate the Hungarian people's settlement in Europe for 1,000 years and was completed in 1929. This magnificent complex is a must-see for tourists. Whenever major festivals or visits by foreign heads of state, grand ceremonies are held in Heroes Square. There are several statues on the square. They are the leaders of the seven tribes that founded Hungary in the 9th century and other famous Hungarian historians. On both sides of the square are the Hungarian Art Palace and the Budapest Art Museum. Across the square is Andrash Avenue.
At the center of Heroes Square is the city's landmark, the Millennium Monument, engraved with statues of seven tribal leaders who founded Hungary in the ninth century, as well as other Hungarian historical celebrities. The monument was built in 1896 and completed in 1929. It was still the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The first five statues, originally from the left, were the people who ruled the Austro-Hungarian Empire, but they were destroyed and rebuilt during World War II.
Budapest Heroes Square was designed and constructed by the famous Hungarian sculptor of the New Baroque School in the 19th century, Zolo Gergie and Architect Skikedenz Albert. Spacious and solemn, magnificent. On the right side of the square is the largest gallery in the country, and on the left is the Art Gallery. Entering the square, you can see two symmetrical curved stone pillars on both sides. Between each pillar, there are seven statues of historical heroes. Above the stone wall are two groups of statues of warriors steering chariots. In the center of the square stands a 36-metre-high stone statue of Archangel Gabriel standing on the top of the pillar of the Millennium Monument. The angel who sympathizes with and comforts mankind in the Bible seems to have just fallen from the sky. On the pillar's base, there are seven bronze statues of historical heroes riding horses. They are the seven leaders of the Hungarian nation when they settled here. The Hero Square is facing the straight People's Republic Avenue. Behind it is the famous city park. On both sides are the Hungarian Art Museum and the Hungarian Art Museum. The square is paved with blue and white terrazzo, which is wide enough to accommodate 200,000 people. The main building on the square is composed of sculptures with the main body of the Millennium Monument. There are no tall buildings around the square, so the Millennium Monument and the sculpture of figures in the center of the square stand out.
Street artists are everywhere. Music is the main category, and there are many performance art juggling. They either go solo and perform freely, or the band shows their works with stereotyped eyes and sells CDs, pure music, rock and roll, folk songs, and encounters a woman singing bel canto opera with an accompaniment machine. Naturally, there, self-reliance, self-reliance, constitute part of the city, leaving good memories for visitors, enriching the daily life of the local people.
Free Visit to the Big Square There's a Hero Memorial Tower near the Secheney Hot Spring. There's a Sports Park Bus sitting on the lower left side of the Square. Just in front of the Square, there's a subway station because the platform remembers to go in the opposite direction and go out again.
Heroes Square is a good place, its back is the famous Danube River. There's a big skating rink behind. The square is very large. There are many villas near the square. That is a multi-national consulate, but the Chinese consulate is not near there! __________ The night scenery there is good. I recommend taking pictures there. It's a landmark place in Budapest. The key is not to buy tickets, good!
I prefer this one in Budapest to Heroes Square in Vienna. In the center of the square is the Millennium Monument, with a portico on each side and seven statues of celebrities. In winter evening, the sky gradually turns from blue to black, which is very spectacular.