After 100 years, to memorialize Belfast’s’ significant history and linkage to the Titanic, the city has commemorated the RMS Titanic with her very own six-storey glittering edifice known as Titanic Belfast. Built on the same location of the Harland and Wolff shipyard, where the ship was first birthed, visitors have been given an opportunity to explore the experience and the historical impact of the Titanic with nine exhibits telling the tale from rivets to requiem.
Shoes on the Danube Promenade - To the unsuspecting tourist, many pairs of shoes along the banks of the Danube River in Budapest, may seem like an unusual and unlikely sight. That is until you notice that the shoes are cast iron and fastened to the ground. It will soon become obvious that the shoes are part of a sculpture which serves as a grim reminder of a dark moment in Hungary’s history