The Heroes Square was designed and constructed by the famous neo-Baroque sculptor Zolo Gyorgy of Hungary in the 19th century and architect Schiekdanz Albate. Spacious and solemn, majestic. 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 pillar walls on each side. Each stone pillar is lined with statues of seven historical heroes. There are two statues of warriors driving the chariot above the stone wall. In the center of the square stands a 36-meter-tall Millennium Monument standing on top of the archangel of the archangel Gabriel. The angel who sympathizes with humanity and comforts mankind in the Bible, seems to have just descended from the sky. On the pedestal of the stone pillar, there are seven bronze statues of historical heroes riding horses. They are the seven leaders of the Hungarian nation when they settled here. The Heroes Square faces the straight Peoples Republic Street, behind the famous City Park, with Hungarian Art Museum and Hungarian Art Museum on either side. 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 group sculptures with the Millennium Monument as the main body. There are no high-rise buildings around the square, so the Millennium Monument and the group of sculptures in the center of the square are very prominent.