Almost 5 decades of communism left its mark on Budapest. Typical communist architecture, such as panel blocks artifacts, statues and structures are scattered all over the city.
This giant limestone relief (sized 8×2 meters) was made to express the evolution of automobile in 1964 by Tibor Vilt. It is located somewhat in the suburb on Váci út (about 5 miles from the city center) and it is the symbolic reflection of the core theme of Donát Bánki Transportation Mechanic high school. Cars cars cars.