Fountain of King Matthias is a spectacular medieval fountain found in the heart of Budapest, Hungary. The fountain was built in the late 15th century to commemorate the coronation of Matthias Corvinus as King of Hungary. It features a lion lying next to a large barrel of wine as well as two heraldic eagles and two unicorns. Set in a beautifully landscaped park, the fountain offers an ideal spot for nature-lovers and photographers alike to take a break and admire its majestic beauty. The nearby castle, the Royal Palace and the Museum are worth visiting too. The fountain is a great destination to visit any day of the week and offers an important insight into Hungarian history and culture.
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