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Top of the list - must see in Budapest, but may be missed. Take the Parliament train stop; once there, past the statue, take the stairs to the nearby waterfront down the river a short walk, you'll see the shoes. There's a small plaque behind them against the wall giving a description. The shoes, all shapes and sizes, though adorned with ribbons and candles, are a solemn permanent fixture/reminder of what happened. The horror of humans being marched to the riverfront, shoes removed, shot and pushed in the river to float away, really happened. The artist has memorialized it.
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