International Monument with sculpture designed by Nandor Glid

After visiting the reconstructed barrack building, visitors walk across the wide expanse of gravel, which is the former roll-call place, to the front of the service building where the main part of the International Monument is located. The monument consists of a wide ramp covered with marble tiles which slopes down to a low wall that holds a sculpture designed by Nandor Glid. On the right side of the path is a zig-zag cut in the retaining wall around the field of gravel that is part of the monument. A bas relief sculpture is on the retaining wall on the west side.