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During WWII, Jews in Budapest were brought to the edge of the Danube, ordered to remove their shoes, and shot, falling into the water below. 60 pairs of iron shoes now line the river's bank, a ghostly memorial to the victims. | 'Shoes on the Danube Promenade' by Can Togay and Gyula Pauer

“Holocaust Memorial on the Danube, Budapest, Hungary”. The shoes on the Danube promenade honors the jews who were killed by fascist Arrow Cross militiamen in Budapest during World War II.

Walking around Budapest by Mark Kats. Budapest is the largest city of Hungary. It is the countrys principal political, commercial, cultural, industrial and transportation centre. It occupies both banks of the river Danube.

"Walking around Budapest" by Mark Kats. Budapest is the largest city of Hungary. It is the country's principal political, commercial, cultural, industrial and transportation center. It occupies both banks of the river Danube.

Shoe Sculpture on the Danube - Budapest During World War II, the Arrow Cross (Hungarian Fascists) would take Jews from the Budapest ghetto down to the Danube River and shoot them so that they would fall into the river. These shoes (bronze but in the style of that era) are lined up along the Embankment, not far from the location of the Hungarian Parliament.

Shoe Sculpture on the Danube - Budapest During World War II, the Arrow Cross (Hungarian Fascists) would take Jews from the Budapest ghetto down to the Danube River and shoot them so that they would fall into the river. These shoes (bronze but in the st

Boscolo Budapest Hotel Formerly the New York Palace, the Boscolo Budapest’s greatest draw is the New York Café, a traditional coffeehouse of muraled ceilings and gilded columns that was at the forefront of Budapest’s café scene at the turn of the 19th century. 29 Places That Prove Budapest Is The Most Stunning City In Europe

Boscolo Budapest Hotel Formerly The New York Palace. The Boscolo Budapest’s Greatest Draw Is The New York Café, A Traditional Coffeehouse Of Muraled Ceilings & Gilded Columns That Was @ The Forefront Of Budapest’s Café Scene @ The Turn Of The Century.