Equestrian Statue of Prince Eugene of Savoy
Equestrian Statue of Prince Eugene of Savoy: the finest equestrian statue in Budapest
The Eugene of Savoy Statue is located on the Savoy Terrace, in front of the Royal Palace.
The equestrian statue was erected in 1900. The statue was made by József Róna.
The statue commemorates the Battle of Zenta. In the battle of 1697, the Christian armies, led by Prince Eugene of Savoy, won victory over the Turkish armies.
1014 Budapest, Savoyai terasz
Bus: 16 - Stop: Dísz tér
Buda Castle Funicular
Royal Palace (0 m)
Hungarian National Gallery (10 m)
Matthias Fountain (100 m)
Fountain of the Fishing Children (120 m)
Garrison (120 m)
Royal Riding Hall (200 m)