National Pantheon

Lonely Planet review

Dóm tér contains Szeged's most important monuments and is the centre of events during the annual summer festival. The National Pantheon - statues and reliefs of 70 notables running along an arcade around three sides of the square - is a crash course in Hungarian art, literature, culture and history. Even the Scotsman Adam Clark, who supervised the building of Budapest's Chain Bridge, wins accolades, but you'll look forever for any sign of a woman.