Visual Paraphernalia

The shoes at Danube

A relic of the profound loss that the Hungarian Jewish community suffered at the hands of the Nazis. This beautiful sculpture was established at the bank of the river Danube in 2005, to remember those men and women who were shot with arrows into the depths of this river. Made of bronzed metal they remind us about the horrifying times of World War 2 and about how it is impossible to erase Love and Kindness and the power of Compassion from this world by an act of unparalleled cruelty.

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