One of the biggest and most famous squares of Budapest, even Hungary, for Heroes Square. So where does this Heroes' Square name come from? Because the square is famous for the Millennium Monument, which consists of the leaders of the 7 Hungarian tribes who settled in the Carpathian Basin in 895, the milestones in Hungarian history, and the statesmen and decorated with iconic sculptures made by the most important Hungarian sculptor of the 20th century, Zala György. It has also been the center of many important political events, such as the funeral of communist leader Imre Nagy. Heroes Square (Heroes Square in English, Hősök Tere in Hungarian) coincides with City Park (Városliget) at the end of Andrássy Avenue. On the right and left, there is the Serbian Embassy (the former Yugoslav Embassy and the place where communist leader Imre Nagy was buried in 1956) across the square, which is surrounded by Budapest's two most important fine arts museums (Museum of Fine Arts - Art Gallery