A Holocaust victim memorial in Budapest
reminds us of a time near the end of
WW II when many Jewish survivors were
marched, and then shot, so that there bodies
would fall into the river.
A bridge across the Danube
in Budapest, Hungary.
The Church of Our Lady
in Budapest (which locals call the Matthias Church, for the popular Renaissance King who was married there).
The Hungarian Parliament building
Bridge across the Danube
Headquarters of the Hungarian Parliament
in Budapest, here seen from Castle Hill across the Danube.