Szarvas Gabor Statue, Budapest by Graeme  Hyde

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The statue of Gabor Szavas stands in Szechenyi Square near the Pest end of the Chain Bridge in Budapest. It celebrates the life of Gabor Szarvas (1832-1895) – a respected Teacher and Linguist of the Hungarian Language.

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Featured in “Hungary” Group.


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  • David Davies
    David Daviesabout 2 years ago

    Super picture, Graeme! Some years ago I was in Estonia on business and was amazed to learn that both the Estonian and Finnish languages are related to Hungarian.

  • Thanks David. Unfortunately, all those languages sound the same to me but I think many of these have stemmed from the Slavic background.

    – Graeme Hyde

  • ellismorleyphto
    ellismorleyphtoalmost 2 years ago

    7th October 2012

    The theme is Statues. Click the link for the permanent gallery :-)

  • Thank you very much for the feature

    – Graeme Hyde

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