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Statue of St Stephen, Budapest

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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Statue of St Stephen represents the first king of Hungary seated on a destrier, wearing the Hungarian crown and the coronation mantle. King Stephen I united the Magyar tribes and established Christianity in the country at the beginning of the 11th century. The bronze equestrian statue from 1906 stands on a high stone pedestal, which is adorned with reliefs illustrating scenes from the king's life. Notice the ornate saddlecloth and four figures of lions guarding the king. The area around the statue offers impressive views of Pest on the other side of the river. To visit Statue of St Stephen and get the most from your holiday in Budapest, create itinerary details personal to you using our Budapest tour planner.
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  • רחבה גדולה מאד הרבה תיירים , נוף מרהיב על העיר ועל הדנובה, משם אפשר להמשיך ברגל לכיוון הארמון שגם מרהיב ביופיו. 
  • פסל מרשים שנמצא באזור יפה מאוד. בקרבת מקום ובאותו מתחם חובה לבקר בכנסיית מתיאס ובמצודת הדייגים. אזור שאסור לפספס בביקור לבודפשט 
  • You can see the hard work that went into making this statue. You will see this if you go to fisherman's bastion/Matthias Church as it is in the courtyard between them. 
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