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Statue of Lőrinc Szabó

Szabó Lőrinc-szoborkompozició

The sitting statue of poet Lőrinc Szabó, work of sculptor Imre Varga was inaugurated on 28th March 1988 on the square in front of Avas Grammar School.

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Memorial Plaque of Géza Pattantyús-Ábrahám

The marble plaque honouring the name giver was placed in 1985 on the wall of Géza Pattantyús-Ábrahám Primary School.

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Worker’s Throne, statue

Munkástrón, szobor

The masterpiece of sculptor István Kiss titled Worker’s Throne made of chrome steel was inaugurated in front of the Vasas Cultural Centre on Újgyőri Square (then called Marx Square) in 1979.

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Statue of Kálmán Kandó

Kandó Kálmán-szobor

The full-length limestone statue of Kálmán Kandó (1869-1931), mechanical engineer, pioneer of railway electrification, masterpiece of Károly Antal sculpted in 1967 stands in the square in front of the Tiszai Railway Station.

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Relief of Mór Jókai

The relief of Mór Jókai, the work of sculptor Péter Szanyi, was inaugurated in 1993 on the wall of the Jókai Mór Primary School located under Pallos Street 1 (formerly 44).

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Statue of Artúr Görgey

Statue of Artúr Görgey

The creation of Ferenc Sidló disappeared at the beginning of the 1950s during one night, but finally it became part of the museum’s collection. The portrait was placed back from there to the public square, in front the museum on Görgey Road.

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Flood Monument

The bronze relief mounted on a stone pedestal is the work of István Gárdus. The Szinva Brook cutting through the city bursted its banks on 31st August 1878, the masterpiece commemorates the victims of the devastating flood in Miskolc.

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Statue of St. Stephen, Hámor

Statue of St. Stephen, Hámor

The full-length whitestone portrait statue was erected in 1938 for the 900th anniversary of St. Stephen’s death. Sculptor Dezső Borsodi Bindász depicted Hungary’s first king with the symbols of power (crown, sceptre, mantle, pome).

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Palace Hotel

Palace Hotel

The neo-renaissance palace constructed between 1927 and 1930 in a style resembling a hunting castle of King Matthias is surrounded by a hanging garden and a park. The view from the hotel to the Szinva Brook valley and Lake Hámori is breathtaking.

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Statue of Saint John of Nepomuk

The braid style stone statue of Saint John of Nepomuk was carved in 1806. Today the original of the small-sized, but fine masterpiece is housed in the Hámor Church; a copy can be seen on the square in front of the church.

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