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This statute is located right in front of the hotel Intercontinental.
There are a few more statutes near this one. They are all kept really well and are located in a very nice place.
There is literally everything within walking distance.
This statue sits on the railing by the Danube with the sky behind her. Other than using a straight on flash, the statue is strongly backlighted especially in a strong sun. Perhaps it will look better on an overcast day. But that doesn't seem to...More
Budapest is a city with many beautiful bronze statues. Having been to Hungary many times, this is the one that has been my favourite and beside which I’ve had my photo taken on over ten of my Budapest visits. I was surprised to learn that...More
The Little Princess Statue is cute and prominently located on the Pest side of the Danube Promenade.
I don’t know the background and need to ask someone in the know.
Buda Castle for a backdrop adds to the charm.
Statue created by László Marton (1925–2008) ispired by his daugther who often played wearing a princess costume and crown made by newspaper. Very lovely statue with a wonderful view of the Buda castle!
Our guide told us the lovely story behind this seated bronze figure. The artist who created the Princess figure, only had one son, so he dressed him up as a girl! This is why the face, and stance, appear to be that of a boy!!!...More
Discover the Inner City along the banks of the Danube, with its fashionable shops and iconic buildings. The Inner-City Parish Church and St. Stephen’s Basilica stand out as two of the finest examples of architecture in the area. If you are still hunting for more historical treats, then the ruins of the medieval city walls on Kecskeméti Utca are a must-visit while the Soviet War Memorial is also worthy of attention
and relevant to Hungary’s more recent history. If shopping is on your itinerary, then be prepared: the market squares in this area are an absolute delight, particularly during the Christmas period, but even throughout the year you’ll find the latest trends in the shops on Vaci Utca.