Budapest's Terror Museum is housed in the
building that once was the headquarters
of the secret police of both the Nazi and the
Communist governments. It's not easy to take
in the horrors that the Hungarians experienced
during the mid-20th-century, but I think every (adult)
visitor to this city should do exactly that.
Along with the Anne Frank house, in Amsterdam,
this is one of the most powerful places I've ever visited.
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