|Heroes' Square during the day (Courtesy of Wikipedia)|
Construction began in 1896 to commemorate the thousandth anniversary of Hungary (like the Fisherman's Bastion) and it finished in 1900.
|Archangel Gabriel (Courtesy of visitbudapest.travel)|
Topping the two colonnades from left to right are a statue of a man with a scythe and a woman sowing seed which represent Labor and Wealth. A male riding a chariot with a snake as a whip representing War. A statue of female in a chariot representing Peace. And lastly a man and woman representing Knowledge and Glory.
|Heroes' Square at night (Courtesy of visitbudapest.travel)|
Neat fact, there is a square just like this one in Shanghai.
Do come by during the day and at night for a different look at the square.
Come back next Monday for another Future Point of Interest!