This sculpture, also known as the Holocaust Memorial Tree, represents a willow tree, a symbol of mourning. It memorializes 5,000 victims of the Holocaust buried close to the park honoring Raoul Wallenberg. The center portion of the sculpture is made from black granite while the tree and its leaves are metal. Each leaf is engraved with a name. The sculpture was funded by Emanuel Foundation for Hungarian Culture (based in New York) and is located in a courtyard at the back of Dohany Street Synagogue.
Keywords: Hungary, Raoul Wallenberg, ceremonial and/or religious structures, outdoor spaces, Holocaust Memorial Tree.