March 30, 2014 in Features

Left: Hungarian military guards of honor stand behind a statue of late U.S. President Ronald Reagan during a centennial commemoration in Budapest, Hungary, on June 29, 2011. The bronze statue honors Reagan at the Freedom Square in central Budapest to mark his efforts to free the people of Hungary from the yoke of communism. Right: A crowd gathers on Feb. 24, 2002, for the opening of the Terror House, a museum dedicated to the horrors of communism and the building where people were interrogated and tortured.


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