The left colonnade has the following statues and reliefs (first the statue, then the subject of the relief):
Stephen I of Hungary; Stephen receives the crown from the Pope at Christmas of 1000.
Ladislaus I of Hungary; King St. Ladislaus slays the Cumanian abductor.
Coloman of Hungary; King Coloman prohibits the burning of witches.
Andrew II of Hungary; King Andrew II leads a crusade to liberate Jerusalem.
Béla IV of Hungary; King Béla IV rebuilds the country after the Tatar invasion.
Charles I of Hungary; the Battle on the Marchfeld. (This is the only relief without an inscription, which is no coincidence: this battle was not fought during the reign of Charles I. So this is a mistake which they tried to conceal by not adding an inscription.)
Louis I of Hungary; King Louis occupies Naples in 1384.
The right colonnade has the following statues and reliefs (first the statue, then the subject of the relief):
John Hunyadi governor and general; John Hunyadi stops Turkish invaders at the Siege of Nándorfehérvár (Belgrade).
Matthias Corvinus; King Matthias with his scholars.
Stephen Bocskai, Prince of Transylvania; Hajdú soldiers defeat the Habsburg imperial forces.
Gabriel Bethlen, Prince of Transylvania; Bethlen signs a treaty with Bohemia in 1620.
Emeric Thököly, Kuruc general and Prince of Transylvania; Thököly’s kuruc army defeats the Austrian troops at the Battle of Szikszó in 1679.
Francis Rákóczi II, Prince of Transylvania; the peasant army welcomes Prince Rákóczi returning from Poland.
Lajos Kossuth, Governor; Kossuth rallies the peasants of the Great Plain.
The top of the semicircular colonnades shows the chariots of War and Peace, as well as the allegorical bronze figures of Labour and Wealth, Knowledge and Glory.
The Memorial Stone of Heroes was placed here later, with the robust slab commemorating the heroes of WWI.