Sixty pairs of iron-made shoes lie silently on the Danube riverbank. Each pair has a story to tell about the person who once wore them. I was in one of the stations of peace trail in Budapest, Hungary, called The Shoes on the Danube bank in which a number of Jews were killed by fascist Arrow Cross militiamen during World War II.
What is the peace trail?
Then, I went to the inner city and chose to go through Jewish community (former ghetto) where a beautiful Synagogue stands. At the back of the synagogue is a memorial place, especially for those who perished during the World War II. Unmistakably Jewish, restaurants and signs are written in Hebrew.