The Little Princess
The copy of the original statue is placed next to the River Danube on the tram handrail.
László was inspired by one of his daughters. From his first marriage, the eldest daughter - called Évi - often played in princess costumes with a newspaper crown on her head.
Once she was sitting on the handrail in her costume, his father got inspiration from the image. He planned the statue and created this handmade sculpture. Years later it was placed in the heart of Budapest and soon became a symbol.
The original statue can be found in Tapolca city which was the home-town of the sculptor.
Take a walk next to the Danube to see the statue. At night time it's perfectly flashed because of the city lights, especially by the Castle from the Buda side. It gives a stunning background to take a picture.