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The Millenial Monument on Heroes' Square was built in 1896 to honor Hungarian heroes on the event of the 1000th anniversary of the Magyar conquest in 895.
The Millenial Monument on Heroes' Square was built in 1896 to honor Hungarian heroes on the event of the 1000th anniversary of the Magyar conquest in 895. The column is topped by a statue of the archangel Gabriel, holding the Holy Crown of St. Stephen in his right hand and the apostolic double cross in his left hand. At the base of the column is a group of 7 equestrian statues of the Magyar chieftains who led the Hungarian people into the Carpathian basin.
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