I thought Kansas City had a lot of sculptures, until I visited Budapest.  There are fascinating sculptures everywhere!  Sadly, I didn’t get a good photo of what is probably the most photographed statues in Budapest, Little Princess (Kis Kiralylany) by Laszlo Marton.  It seems I always passed it too late at night and always without my tripod.  But I did manage to capture a few others…

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Statue of famous Hungarian painter, Roskovics Ignác.

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Statue of famous Hungarian painter, Roskovics Ignác, at night

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Imre Nagy was the Prime Minister of Hungary who served as a symbol of freedom and whose name could not be mentioned during the years of Communism in Hungary.  This statue of Nagy faces the Parliament Building near Kossuth Square.

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This statue of Ronald Regan was unveiled in 2011, honoring the former US President for his role in helping end Communism.

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This circa 1900 policeman watches over the comings and goings near St. Stephen’s Basilica 

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Still keeping watch

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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.


Art, City, Photography, Travel


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