Spent two hours in there could have spent double, easy. See this in conjuction with the house of terror and the shoes on the danube for a truly humbling experience. I know a bit about the holocaust but never realised how badly hungarian jews were treated not only by the nazis but by there own people. This centre has some shocking moments even for someone who has watched his fair share of documentaries. The centre is presented brilliantly with a number of ways to take in the information and plenty of personal stories to really make it hit home. You will never forget this place or what happened.
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