List of equestrian statues

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2nd century Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius in the Capitoline Museums, Rome

This is a list of equestrian statues by country.

Albania[edit]

Tirana

  • Equestrian of Skanderbeg at the Skanderbeg Square.

Krujë

Argentina[edit]

Buenos Aires

La Rioja

Mendoza

Neuquén

Mercedes

Río Cuarto, Córdoba

Rosario

  • Equestrian statue of José de San Martín at the Plaza San Martín.
  • Equestrian statue of Manuel Belgrano in Bulevar Oroño.

Armenia[edit]

Yerevan

Australia[edit]

Australian Capital Territory

Mounted Memorial on Anzac Parade, Canberra, which shows two soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) and their horses; it was unveiled in 1968.

New South Wales

Equestrian statue of the mythical bushranger, Govett, who leapt his horse over a cliff rather than be captured. This event, commemorated in bronze, never took place.
The name Govett's Leap pertains to a waterfall named after surveyor William Romaine Govett.
Equestrian statue of Dorothea Mackellar.
King Edward VII, location near Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Macquarie Street. The sculptor was Sir Thomas Brock, and it was erected in 1921.
Equestrian statue of a Waler horse.
Equestrian statue of Frederick Ward.

Queensland

Second Boer War Memorial in ANZAC Square.
Equestrian statue of King George V in front of the Brisbane City Hall (King George Square), 1938.
Equestrian statue of Gunsynd.

South Australia

South African War Memorial. The memorial was designed by Adrian Jones, and was dedicated on June 6, 1904, making it the first equestrian commemorative sculpture in the country.

Victoria

Statue of The Man from Snowy River at Corryong
Memorial to Sir John Monash, created by William Leslie Bowles in Kings Domain area, 1950.
Memorial to Lord Hopetoun in Kings Domain area.
Memorial to King Edward VII by Edgar Bertram Mackennal in Kings Domain area.
Bronze statue of champion racehorse Black Caviar at her birthplace.[1]

Austria[edit]

Vienna

Belgium[edit]

Antwerp

  • Equestrian monument of Léopold I at Leopoldplaats

Brussels

Hasselt

Mons

Liège

Namur

Nieuwpoort

Ostend

Bolivia[edit]

Caracas

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Bijeljina

Brazil[edit]

Nova Jerusalém

Porto Alegre

Rio de Janeiro

São Paulo

Bulgaria[edit]

Sofia

Dobrich

Gabrovo

Koprivshtitsa

Plovdiv

Targovishte Province

  • Monument of Khan Krum near ancient Bulgarian castle Misionis.

Varna

Veliko Tarnovo

Canada[edit]

Ottawa

Calgary

Regina

Toronto

Prince Edward Island- Spring Valley Black horse corner statue. it's a statue of a black a horse that occasionally gets painted different colors depending on what colors the punks can find in their dads garage

Chile[edit]

Santiago de Chile

China[edit]

Dalian, Liaoning Province

Hohhot, Inner Mongolia

Ordos, Inner Mongolia

China - Taiwan[edit]

Taipei, Taiwan

  • Equestrian statue of Yue Fei in Linsen Park

Colombia[edit]

Barranquilla

Cartagena

Medellín

Croatia[edit]

Zagreb

Cuba[edit]

Havana

Czech Republic[edit]

Prague

Poděbrady

Denmark[edit]

Copenhagen

Aarhus

  • Equestrian monument of King Christian X in bronze by Helen Schou on Bispetorv (Bishop's Square), erected in 1955.

Aalborg

Esbjerg

Hvidovre

  • Equestrian statue of Postrytter (Mail-horseman) placed just outside the old Hvidovre Post Office on Hvidovrevej, by Johannes Bjerg, 1935.

Nakskov

  • Equestrian monument of King Christian X in bronze by V. Kvederis, erected in 1952.

Odense

Slagelse

  • Equestrian monument of King Christian IX in bronze by L. Brandstrup, erected 1910.

Egypt[edit]

Cairo

England[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in the United Kingdom#England

Estonia[edit]

Viljandi

Ethiopia[edit]

Addis Abeba

Finland[edit]

Helsinki

Lahti

  • Bronze equestrian monument of Marshal of Finland C.G.E. Mannerheim, located in Asematori square, by Veikko Leppänen, erected in 1959.
  • Equestrian statue The Hakkapeliittas' homecoming, by Pentti Papinaho, erected in 1975.

Lappeenranta

  • Equestrian statue Rakuunapatsas (Dragoon) by Pentti Papinaho, erected in 1982.

Rantsila

  • Equestrian statue of Field Marshal Johan August Sandels, on his horse Bijou in town centre, by team of sculptors led by Martti Väänänen, erected in 1989.

France[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in France

Georgia[edit]

Tbilisi

Kutaisi

Poti

Telavi

Germany[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Germany

Greece[edit]

Athens

Arta

Thessaloniki

Hungary[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Hungary

India[edit]

Agra

Chennai

Dhubri

Bangalore

Kolhapur

Kolkata

Mumbai

Pune

Solapur

Indonesia[edit]

Jakarta

Cilacap

Semarang

Salatiga

  • Equestrian statue of Diponegoro at the intersection of Jl. Diponegoro and Jl. Jenderal Sudirman.

Jogjakarta

Makassar

Iran[edit]

Statue of Nader Shah, the founder of the Afsharid dynasty. – Naderi Museum

Mashhad

Zabol

Ireland[edit]

Boyle

Israel[edit]

Jerusalem

Kfar Tavor

  • Monument to village founders.

Kiryat Tiv'on

Tel Aviv

Italy[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Italy

Japan[edit]

Tokyo

Kanazawa

Kobe

Kōchi

Komatsushima

  • Equestrian statue of Minamoto Yoshitsune. The tallest equestrian statue in Japan (6.7 meters high).

Kumagaya

Kushimoto

Nagano

Nagoya

Osaka

Ōsaki

Sendai

Ueda

Wakayama

Kazakhstan[edit]

Astana

  • Equestrian statue of Kazakh Khan Kenesary Kasymov.
  • Equestrian statue of Baghatur Bogenbay.

Aktobe

Korday

  • Equestrian statue of Utegen-Baghatur in front of The Palace of Culture.

Oral (Uralsk)

Taraz

  • Equestrian statue of Baydibek Karsha-Uly (sculptured by D.Aldekov and N.Rustemov) at the city central square, 2002.

Korea - North[edit]

Pyongyang

Korea - South[edit]

Kosovo[edit]

Pristina

Kyrgyzstan[edit]

Bishkek

  • Equestrian statue of Mikhail Frunze at a large park (Boulevard Erkindik) across from the train station. Foto
  • Equestrian statue of Manas in front of Philharmonic.

Latvia[edit]

Riga

  • Equestrian monument of Peter the Great, at Brīvības gatves, by German sculptor Schmidt-Kossel, erected in 1910. The statue was evacuated and lost during WW1, but was later returned to Riga.

Lithuania[edit]

Vilnius

Birštonas

Luxemburg[edit]

Luxembourg

Macedonia[edit]

Skopje

Bitola

Mexico[edit]

Mexico City

Chihuahua

Chinameca

Zacatecas

Moldova[edit]

Chişinău

  • Equestrian monument of Grigore Kotovski by Lazar Dubinovsky at the Kotovski square, 1954.

Tiraspol

  • Equestrian monument of Alexander Suvorov by Valentin and Victor Artamonovs at the Suvorov square, 1979.

Mongolia[edit]

Ulaanbaatar

Tov aimag

Khovd

Namibia[edit]

Windhoek

Netherlands[edit]

Amsterdam

Breda

The Hague

Katwijk aan den Rijn

  • De schutter (man on horse) by G.Brouwer, 1986.

Nijmegen

  • Equestrian with no identifying plaque on a pillar near the railway station

Rotterdam

Utrecht

Norway[edit]

Oslo

Philippines[edit]

Makati City

Peru[edit]

Lima

Poland[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Poland

Portugal[edit]

Braga

Lisbon

Batalha

Cantanhede

Porto

Vila Viçosa

Romania[edit]

Bucharest

Cluj-Napoca

Focşani

  • Equestrian Statue of Alexander Suvorov at the battlefield of Battle of Rymnik. The first sculpture by Boris Eduards was erected in 1913, but was lost during WWI. A new sculpture by Marius Butunoiu was erected in 1959.

Iași

Târgu Mureş

Russia[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Russia

Scotland[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in the United Kingdom#Scotland

Serbia[edit]

Belgrade

Niš

Zrenjanin

Slovakia[edit]

Bratislava

Komárno

Štúrovo

Žilina

Slovenia[edit]

Ljubljana

  • Rudolf Maister, Slovenian army general and poet, sculpture by Jakov Brdar. It stands in front of the Ljubljana railway station.

South Africa[edit]

Cape Town

Kimberley

Pretoria

Port Elizabeth

Spain[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Spain

Sri Lanka[edit]

Sudan[edit]

Khartoum

Sweden[edit]

Stockholm

Gothenburg

  • Equestrian called Kopparmärra of Karl IX, standing at Kungsportsplaten.

Linköping

Malmö

Vänersborg

Switzerland[edit]

Basel

Bern

Elm

Fribourg

Geneva

Lausanne

Ligornetto

Muralto

St. Gallen

St. Gotthard Pass

Zürich

Syria[edit]

Damascus

Thailand[edit]

Bangkok

Tunisia[edit]

Tunis

Turkey[edit]

Ankara

Antalya

Bursa

Samsun

Ukraine[edit]

Kiev

Izmail

Kamianka-Buzka

Kharkiv

  • Monument to the founders of Kharkiv (Cossack Kharko statue).

Luhansk

Lviv

United Kingdom[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in the United Kingdom

United States[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in the United States

Uruguay[edit]

Montevideo

Minas

Uzbekistan[edit]

Tashkent

  • Equestrian of Tamerlane at the Amir Timur Square at the end of the pedestrian street.

Venezuela[edit]

Caracas

Wales[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in the United Kingdom#Wales

References[edit]