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(politics.hu)   Poetic justice: leader of Hungary's antisemitic party finds out he's Jewish   (politics.hu) divider line 202
    More: Ironic, poetic justice, Jewish, Hungary, Gypsy Jobbik, two-thirds majority, anti-Semitic Jobbik  
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2012-07-02 12:57:06 PM  

advex101: MBooda: chuckufarlie: Interesting - thanks for posting that. Is there any sort of a sign there to explain why the bronze shoes are there?

Just some small plaques, in Hebrew and English, in the stone embankment. Here's the English one:
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Why isn't there a sign in Hungarian? Seems odd. Is it only for tourists?


Kind of the opposite; it's not in the "touristy" areas of Budapest. My cousin's husband, who organized our trip there, had to take us pretty much out of our way to find it. And apparently there is a plaque in Hungarian, according to http://visitbudapest.travel/articles/one-of-budapests-most-moving-memo rials-shoes-on-the-danube/ . I didn't see it though.

Yeah, dust got in my eyes there too. Nothing compared to visiting Buchenwald, though. When we visited there, in addition to dust in my eyes, something affected my middle ear too, causing considerable nausea and nearly making me faint.
 
2012-07-02 02:24:19 PM  
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