A museum dedicated to the Hungarians who died during the 1956 uprising & charts both Nazi & Soviet occupations. The lay out of the exhibits (some have english explainations but not all) in rooms throughout the building take you in a logical progression & each room has a fact sheet that can be taken away to read at leisure. Video interviews (some subtitled) from people effected are dispursed throughout, some very moving. All in all a very interesting visit all about 60-90 mins. NB there is also a pleasant cafe on site.
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