Historical memorial place found in the southeastern part of Hungary. According to the historian Anonymus, prince Árpád held the first national assembly here. The Árpád memorial was prepared for the country's millenium (1896). The National Historical Memorial Garden was established in the 70's. A rotunda was built and after its remodeling, the famous circular painting of the Hungarian conquest was placed here, painted by Feszty Árpád and his partners. An open-air folk art museum was also established here to depict the buildings, shops, workshops characteristic of the southern lowland plain.