Statue of Count Gyula Andrássy

Local nameGróf Andrássy Gyula
LocationLipótváros, Budapest, Hungary

Standing right in front of the Parliament, this 6.5 metres tall statue commemorates one of Hungary's most beloved politicians - the count Gyula Andrassy, who served as the nation's prime minister between 1867 and 1871.

It was first revealed to the public in 1906, only to be torn down again some 40 years later for not fitting the ideological requirements of the Communist party. It was finally reinstalled in 2016.

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Address (Unnamed Road), Budapest 1055, Hungary

Coordinates 47°30'20.02" N 19°2'43.381" E

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