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Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio

Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio

The Hungarian Cultural Garden was dedicated October 21, 1934.

Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson


Fountain at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

Fountain at Hungarian Cultural Garden


Franz Liszt statue at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

Franz Liszt (1811-1886)


Franz Liszt statue at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

Franz Liszt 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 at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

Imre Madach (1823-1864)


Imre Madach statue at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

Imre Madach 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 at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

Endre Ady (1877-1919)


Endre Ady statue at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

Endre Ady 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 statue at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

Joseph Remenyi (1892-1956)


Joseph Remenyi statue at Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

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


Fountain at Hungarian Cultural Garden with flags in Cleveland Ohio - photos by Dan Hanson

The Fountain at the Hungarian Cultural Garden


70th Anniversary Rededication
of the Hungarian Garden in August 2008

Lisztzomania with Marcia Snavely
Franz Liszt at the Cleveland Hungarian Cultural Garden

New Dogwood Trees
Donated and planted by Hungarian Organizations and community members

Cleveland Hungarian Cultural Garden
August 2, 2009 celebration


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