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Bronze statue of Steve Jobs unveiled in Hungary

Seven-foot tall statue of Apple co-founder stands in Budapest campus of software maker Graphisoft

Bronze statue of Steve Jobs unveiled in Hungary
A Hungarian software company unveiled last week what it said was the world's first bronze statue of Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs (AFP/Getty Images)
Bronze statue of Steve Jobs unveiled in Hungary
The bronze work by sculptor Erno Toth stands in the Budapest campus of architectural software maker Graphisoft (AFP/Getty Images)
Bronze statue of Steve Jobs unveiled in Hungary
Hungarian sculptor Erno Toth (R) gestures next to his statue of the late co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs (AFP/Getty Images)
Bronze statue of Steve Jobs unveiled in Hungary
The almost two-metre-high (6.5ft) bronze statue by Hungarian sculptor Erno Toth depicts Jobs with his trademark turtleneck jumper, jeans, sneakers and round glasses (AFP/Getty Images)
Bronze statue of Steve Jobs unveiled in Hungary
Visitors look at a statue of the late co-founder of Apple (AFP/Getty Images)
Bronze statue of Steve Jobs unveiled in Hungary
The statue was erected in a science park that hosts several IT companies, including Graphisoft, which Apple has supported since 1984 when Jobs saw it at the annual CEBIT expo in Hannover, Germany, according to the Hungarian company (AFP/Getty Images)
Bronze statue of Steve Jobs unveiled in Hungary
Graphisoft chairman Gabor Bojar said Jobs gave cash and computers to Graphisoft, helping it to become a global leader in architecture software from humble roots as a tiny firm in the 1980s in then-communist Hungary (AFP/Getty Images)