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Hungarian Cultural Gardens
Cleveland, Ohio

Hungarian Cultural Gardens

Hungarian Cultural Gardens


Franz Liszt Memorial in Hungarian Cultural Gardens

Franz Liszt Memorial in Hungarian Cultural Gardens


Franz Liszt Memorial in Hungarian Cultural Gardens

Franz Liszt


Franz Liszt (1811-1886) was a Hungarian virtuoso pianist and composer. Liszt is widely considered to be one of the greatest piano virtuosi of all time, and certainly the most famous of the nineteenth century


Imre Madach Statue in Hungarian Cultural Gardens

Imre Madach Statue


Imre Madach statue in Cleveland Hungarian Cultural Gardens

Imre Madach (1823-1864) was a Hungarian poet and dramatist best known for his dramatic epic, The tragedy of man;: A dramatic poem in fifteen scenes



Endre Ady statue in Cleveland Hungarian Cultural Gardens

Endre Ady Statue


Endre Ady (1877-1919) is a Hungarian writer best known for his love poems.

On the bottom of the statue it says in part,


"When all deserted,
When I bore my soul crumbling violently,
The Lord took me in His embrace,
Unforeseen. silently.



Joseph Remenyi

Joseph Remenyi Memorial

Joseph Remenyi (1892-1956) was a famous Hungarian-American writer who taught at Western Reserve University's Cleveland College


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