The world's largest Hussar statue

New Hungarian tourist attraction is unique in its genre, made of 100 tons of concrete and 13,01 meters high. Caring for hussar traditions, art and tradition! These thoughts have created the Hungarian composite union of the Miska-Hussar and creating it. The monumental Hussar statue is next to the M7 highway, in Pákozd, so called Beetle hillock. Where it was said that Jellasic the Croat and Imperial-Royal feldzeugmeister had stood in September 1848.

At night, the (we hope) illuminated statue will be clearly visible from the highway, too.

The Miska-Hussar statue is the symbol of the Hungarian hussars, the monument of the Hungarian military Hungaricum, which is intended to capture the heroism and courage of the Hungarian soldiers. This statue is also the symbol of the victorious Hungarian soldier, as it stands and reminds us on the place of the triumph of Pákozd, so that the Hussar holds a victory flag in one hand and rest his other hand on his sword, indicating that he is ready to fight at any time to defend his country.