These are not publicised anywhere. We stumbled upon them by accident whilst walking along the Danube to the parliament building. They are a line of 100 shoes (cast in bronze?) of jews who had been lined up on the banks of the Danube, told to remove their shoes, then shot and pushed into the river. It is a very moving memorial to them and worth seeking out.
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