Monument to Imre Nagy/Remembrance Day (Oct. 23), Budapest
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Pay homage to the former two-time Hungarian Prime Minister and leading figure of the Hungarian Revolution, Imre Nagy, at Monument to Imre Nagy/Remembrance Day (Oct. 23). Located close to Parliament, a life-size Nagy looks contemplatively towards the government building where he gave anti-Soviet speeches in hopes of an independent Hungary. The statue was erected in 1996 and commemorates the failed Hungarian Revolution of October 23, 1956, in which Nagy played a key role. He was later captured by the Soviets, and infamously tried, sentenced, and executed in secret. Read up on the history behind the statue before going, as no information is displayed on site. Our Budapest vacation route planner makes visiting Monument to Imre Nagy/Remembrance Day (Oct. 23) and other Budapest attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • If you move a bit in the Capitol can be seen near the small bridge. At the top of the legs against the Liberal Soviet invasion and then hanged leader have been erected a statue of the first Anaheim Renner, above other countries, but at the moment, you can feel the vehicle shifty. Hungary won their im getting a glimpse of respect for Renner and taken photographs from above the bridge was pretty meaningless is came out if you visit on Capitol Hill look just like the time I hear from
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  • To few meters of the Parliament, is this small bridge with a statue to Imre Nagy (Nagy is one of them surnames more popular in Hungary) is in commemoration to this political Hungarian of origin humble that was of ideology Socialist, was 15 years exiled in Moscow and after the defeat of the Nazi was part of the Government occupying several ministries
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  • We stopped by there as a bunch of Asian tourists were taking pictures of it. The small bridge/monument is very intriguing looking and very nice for a few pictures.