This is a very nice statue on Parliament square, and thus easy to find. There is no information panel nearby, so you will need to look it up in your guidebook or the internet. However, it is a memorial to the prime minister of Hungary during the 1956 revolution, who was executed by Soviet army brought in to bring Hungary back into the fold.
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