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Located in front of the Reformed Church built with the support of King Matthias Corvinus. Saint George Slaying the Dragon is a fine bronze copy of the first and most famous equestrian statues of the 14th century.
This is a fairly small statue outside the Reformed church, and a "modern" copy of an original now housed in Prague(?). I'm no sculpture expert, but I saw nothing of huge merit in a rather effeminate St George skewering a very small dragon. Call me...More
St George killing the dragon can be seen on Mihail Kogalniceanu, in front of the renovated reformed church. It is actually quite small, however nice to visit during a walk. This is one of many attractions to see on this street, ie, reformed church, teleki...More