The Little Princess (Kiskirálylány) statue found on the Danube Promenade is one of the iconic images of Budapest that many associate with this central European city.
This small statue of a young girl, playfully sitting on the Promenade railings, wearing a princess outfit and crown is the creation of Hungarian sculptor, László Marton, who gave this statue to the city in 1972.
You can find Little Princess directly upon the Danube Promenade on the Pest side of the river. It is an easy walk from most places in the city centre and is an enjoyable thing to see when visiting Budapest.
Tip: An enjoyable activity is try and capture pictures of Little Princess with the equally famous Tram Line 2 approaching. The Tram runs directly behind the statue so you can capture both in the same frame.
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