60 Andrássy Avenue in Budapest, now knows as The House of Terror Museum, opened on 24th February, 2002 and is unique in its genre. It is a monument to the memory of those of who were held captive, tortured and killed there. The intention is to make people understand that the huge sacrifices made for freedom were not in vain. They hope point out that although they fought two of the cruellest systems of the 20th century, freedom and independence managed to emerge victorious.
A stark contrast to the colours and stories I usually post here but I thought it an important story. I couldn't visit the museum. It's not something I would explore willingly. These photographs, hanging on the wall outside ... they haunted me.