On my mother's visit to her father's grave a couple of years ago in Budapest she came back home crying and very upset that she couldn't find her father's grave because it has turned into a jungle. After my mother passed away I had a vision from my grandfather asking me to come and find him in Budapest, so off I went. When I got to Kotzma u cemetary, the lady in the office was very nice and gave me the location of the grave with a map of how to get there. First of all there was no way to see the marker of where row 24A was, only a piece of stone that you had to feel for the numbers. Unfortunately it is still a jungle, I was terrified of the numerous spiders and although try as I might by pulling leaves apart from every which way we could not find the grave, even with the help of the local gardener. I was so heart broken and asked the lady in the office why the graves were in such a terrible condition. She commented that since none of the relatives were alive anymore to pay to fix the areas this is what it looks like. There is no money to fix them. If anyone out there is reading this and would like to help the poor souls RIP as well as help keep their memories it costs about 200$ per grave to fix them up. Volunteers would be welcome as well to help clean it up. BTW this is also a tourist attraction as a lot of the graves in the front of the cemetary are done by famous artists.
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