I am not sure that "attraction" is the correct description for this very special place in Budapest.
Some have made note of the fact there is very little information located at the site and as such they provided lower ratings. Personally I think this is one of the more sobering and touching memorials to the history of the Jewish population in Eastern Europe that I have seen. The beauty of the memorial is its simplicity and when you stand there, looking over the beauty of the Danube and the city beyond, and see those shoes, it makes you stop and quietly think about what those people endured and what ultimately happened to them.
Hopefully the memorial serves as never ending call to not forget what happened here.
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