Dísz tér

Name: Dísz tér
Category: Architecture, castles and historic districts
Location: 1014 Budapest, Dísz tér


Known as the Pasha’s square, St. George’s square and since the 19th century, as Parade square, it was the centre of the castle district during the Middle Ages. It is surrounded by Baroque and Neo-classical buildings, including the Post Office with the ochre façade. You will see there a statue of a hussar in the uniform of the period of Marie-Thér?se and the honvédi statue (soldier from the Hungarian army), which commemorates the uprising of the Hungarians against the Habsbourgs in 1848-1849.

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