Sculptures featuring some combination of horses and human figures are a common sight in many the European cities. But the pair situated in front of the stairs of National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia is quite unique.
The sculpture ensemble, known as Igrali se Konji Vrani, (Black Horses at Play), depicts two muscular male characters being crushed under the hooves of two rampant stallions. They are the work of well-known local sculptor Toma Rosandić and are considered his masterpiece.
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