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Forgotten Tributes: 25 Monumental Relics of Yugoslavia

This monument, authored by sculptor Miodrag Živković, commemorates the Battle of Sutjeska, one of the bloodiest battles of World War II in the former Yugoslavia. (Photo by Jan Kempenaers)

Forgotten Tributes: 25 Monumental Relics of Yugoslavia. From the series "Spomenik' by Jan Kempenaers

Ilirska Bistrica - structure commissioned by former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito in the and to commemorate sites where a WWII battle took place

Forgotten Tributes: 25 Monumental Relics of Yugoslavia

Built in this monument in Niš, Serbia commemorates the people from the area that were killed during World War II. The three clenched fists are the work of sculptor Ivan Sabolić. (Photo by Jan Kempenaers)

Gallery with 25 forgotten monumental memorials of Yugoslavia. It is a nice trip not only though the history of the ancient Republic of Yugoslavia. It is a good review of the monumental architecture used during world war and Cold War. Today the most of this memorials are bearing traces of decay. Logical. No one wants a memory of Dark Ages.

During the and the then Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito, commissioned several memorial sites and monuments called ‘Spomeniks’ dedicated to World War II battles, and concentration camp sites.

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Just a few more days until book arrives. Here I am revisiting Peake's Gormenghast with Ian Miller.

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Halo odst digital art monochrome concept artwork digital, art, monochrome, concept, artwork) via www.

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