On the building opposite the parliament, the Hungarians retained traces of bullets from guns of Soviet soldiers who crushed the uprising in 1956. Here in the gallery, you can find many commemorative tablets and busts of people who died for Hungarian freedom and independence. In the park next to the corner of this building is a monument to Imre Nagy. Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat who saved Jews during the German occupation of Budapest, is mentioned on one of the tablets. He disappeared without a trace in Soviet Russia.