This statue is in Parliament square and is well worth a visit - it’s great to learn who the man was and it was Imre Nagy who was the Prime Minister of Hungary on two occasions. his second term was during the revolution in 1956. His Government was not Soviet backed and his government ended in this revolution and he was tried and executed and placed in an unmarked grave. His name could not be mentioned during the communist era and he became a symbol of freedom. 1n 1989 he was reburied and a crowd of 200000 gathered at Heroes square for his funeral. So a poignant place to remember the struggles of people of this country and also to get a photograph alongside Nagy on the man on the bridge.
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