Vavrinec Dunajský

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Vavrinec Dunajský (born 15 July 1784 in Ľubietová, died 15 February 1833 in Budapest) was a Slovak sculptor.

He is most famous for his work called the statue of Corgoň at The Canon House in Nitra.[1] Vavrinec Dunajský also built the main altar in The Church of the Holy Cross with its picturesque figurines of the Virgin Mary and Magdalene in Banská Bystrica.[2]


  1. ^ mesto Nitra: The Canon House
  2. ^ Banská Bystrica: The town castle complex

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