Monuments of the socialist era from the Park-Museum "memento" in HungaryPictolic
Park "memento" on the outskirts of Budapest is a Museum under the open sky, which contains sculptures of the time of socialism in Hungary. In the 40 Museum exhibits — among them the monuments to Marx and Engels, Lenin, Bela Kun and other sculptures, fully recreating the atmosphere of the socialist era.
Almost all of these sculptures were dismantled in 1989, and then placed them in the newly opened Park "memento", a kind of Museum of historical memory.
The Monument To The Republic Of Soviets
Park "memento", designed by AKOS Eleda, was opened in 1993 and has become one of the most famous sights of Budapest.
One of the monuments to Lenin (of the Park) and boots on a pedestal — all that remained from the 8-meter-high statue of Stalin. "Stalin's boots" a sight to behold all the tourists!
The memorial of Hungarian-Soviet friendship
Memorial to Bela Kun
A memorial to the labor movement, and the monument to the red army
The statue of Lenin, which once stood on the Boulevard of the Duke Gyorgy
Bela kun, Landler Jeno and Tibor samueli
Monuments of truce Ilya Ostapenko and Miklos Steinmetz killed in 1944 in Budapest
Lenin statue from the territory of the metallurgical plant in Csepel
The statue of the leader of the Comintern Dimitrov
Marx and Engels