This is our entry in Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Numbers: Anything with numbers on it.
In Budapest, Hungary, in the pavement a hundred yards or so from the Parliament building, a set of stairs lead to an underground museum called, precisely,
In memoriam 1956. October 25. Memorial and Exhibition
This museum captures the events of October 25, 1956, when the Hungarian State Security Police massacred Hungarian citizens in the square in front of the Parliament building. A student revolt led to the collapse of the government. However, Soviet troops invaded Hungary on November 4, and by January 1957, the Soviet Union controlled Hungary. After 33 years, the Republic of Hungary was declared on October 23, 1989, and the story of the Revolution could be told.
The photo below is of the outside of the barrier wall adjacent to the stair steps down to the memorial.
This photo was taken on April 21, 2019. Specs are:
Canon 200D, ISO 500, f/9.0, 1/30 sec, 18 mm.
2 thoughts on “Budapest 25 October 1956”
Wonderful number photo for this week. Thanks 😀
LikeLiked by 1 person
Thank you! 😁
Comments are closed.