Walking through the village, many open-air statues can be found which, according to folklore, defend the village. Nowadays the tourists consider them as sights. Watching these statues, contemplating the old people’s religion and God-fearing nature comes to mind about them. The farmer residents of Aldebrő raised statues for the Holy Virgin, St. Vendel, St. John of Nepomuk, St. Anthony and St. Donato. In addition, in the two cemeteries of the village and in the end of the Arany János street crucifix stands, commemorating the death of Jesus Christ on the cross.
We have to remember the ancestors, as our predecessors did earlier.
In both cemeteries of Aldebrő monuments can be found. In the so called ,,Újfalusi” cemetary a wooden headboard was built in 1996, from public subscription, to commemorate the I. and II. World War heroes.
A memorial tablet was placed on the wall of the church, where we can read the long list of soldiers died in the wars. In the so called ,,Öregfalusi” cemetary inscribed tombstones prove Swabian German roots.