"Anonymus" Anonymus Statue Tip by cjg1

Anonymus Statue, Budapest: 11 reviews and 13 photos

  Liz posing on the statue
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  • Liz posing on the statue - Budapest
      Liz posing on the statue
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  • me & Liz posing as Istavan takes a pic - Budapest
      me & Liz posing as Istavan takes a pic
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The statue of Anonymus, is displayed in the Castle court of the Agricuture Museum. The statue is of a chronicler in the XII century (probably of King Béla III). He wrote the first history books on the ancient Hungarians, mostly based on legends. Superstition says that by touching his pen you will receive good luck.

Liz and I sat on the statue and rubbed the pen for luck as our friend took our picture.

Address: Vajdahunyad Castle in City Park
Directions: Pest side

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Dec 31, 2008
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