This is a panorama painting is about the Hungarians moving from the East to the Carpathian Basin during the 9-10th centuries.
When preparing to make the picture Feszty travelled to Verecke pass to study the original place near the town of Munkács.
The main figure of the painting is Chief Árpád sitting on his white horse and watching the basin from a hill surrounding with his captains. In the picture you can see the life of Hungarian people of that time: there are warriors, women and children. The wife of the chief is travelling on a richly decorated carriage pulled by four oxen. The shaman is sacrifying a white horse to the god and some young people are dancing oruond him. We can feel the dramatic effect created by the painter's fantasy.
This panorama picture is the largest piece of Hungarian Romanticism, an endless circle painting. It can be seen in Ópusztaszer Historical Memory Park. At the exhibition, you can walk round in front of the painting listening to sounds, music and explanation. Between the canvas and the pavement there is a diorama which washes the picture and its foreground together.