On the Pest side of the Danube River, just off the Elisabeth Bridge you can find a small public space called the March 15 Square (Marcius 15 ter).
This square is an important location for locals during Hungarian public holidays and is just a few minutes walk from the famous Vaci Utca street, which runs through the heart of the city centre.
The 15 March Square was named after the Revolution of 1848. There are park benches, some green space and we found a particularly interesting sculpture on the square.
Make a quick stop here to rest your feet if you happen to be in the area. You can also stop and see the Inner Parish Church found on the March 15 Square.
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