BUDAPEST: A much more serious approach to the memory of the Communist era is taken in the powerful House of Terror on Andrassy Boulevard. There is an exhibit about the Hungarian Facsist "Arrow Cross" party and another on Raoul Wallenberg and his rescue of Jews (including many children) from the Nazis; but most of the museum is given over to a powerful series of displays depicting the exiles, tortures, and murders carried out by the Communists. The building, formerly the property of wealthy Jews, was used both by the Arrow Cross and later by the State Secret Police as headquarters. A Soviet tank fills the central atrium. Photography is not allowed.