In one of the most tourist-heavy sections of Budapest, a memorial to one of Hungary’s greatest national tragedies could easily go unnoticed.
The Ministry of Agriculture Building, located along the Kossuth Lajos Square and directly across from Budapest’s iconic Parliament Building, was the backdrop for a pivotal moment in Hungary’s 1956 Revolution against Soviet control.
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