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Wine casks in the cellars beneath the Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma, in northern Hungary

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Detail of some of the items that have been left in front of the memorial by holocaust survivors, descendants, and concerned citizens

Kiraly Street is the new mecca for the younger generation in Budapest. By day shoppers frequent its upscale boutiques, coffee shops, and designer outlets. After dark it hops with nightlife, offering...

Street leading to St. Stephen's Basilica and Square, considered the heart of Budapest, Hungary

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Families huddle together in exhaustion

The young man in the dirty jeans and faded navy T-shirt wouldn’t tell me his name. I’d asked the group of refugees hanging around the park in front of the Belgrade...

Main square in Szentendre, Hungary, a small village and artists' colony on the Danube River, just north of Budapest

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Main square of the artist colony of Szentendre, Hungary, a small village on the Danube River, just north of Budapest

Bronze jester perches on the tramway railing along the Duna Corso, the Danube River promenade in Budapest, Hungary

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Bronze jester perches on the tramway railing along the Duna Corso, the Danube River promenade in Budapest, Hungary