Black Horses at Play - Тhe National Assembly

These remarkable sculptures, set up in front of the main entrance to the National Assembly in 1938, are the works of the famous sculptor Toma Rosandić. The author named this composition of bronze horses and their tamers  “Black horses at play, and with them great heroes”, saying that the horses represent strength, and men tame and control that strength... This composition  points to the Assembly as the symbol of democracy, law and the victory of reason.