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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)

Yugoslavian abandoned monuments that look like they're from the future.

Yugoslavian abandoned monuments that look like they're from the future.

Yugoslavian abandoned monuments that look like they& from the future.

ACROS Building in Japan - The building features a step-up façade laced with more than 50,000 plants. The roof is part of a huge 1 million square foot building that features office space, shops, theater and museum.

ACROS Building in Japan - The building features a step-up façade laced with more than plants. The roof is part of a huge 1 million square foot building that features office space, shops, theater and museum. An eco friendly green roof!

Jan Kempenaers, Spomenik series, 2006-2009.

Abandoned Yugoslavian Monuments by Jan Kempenaers 2 - TheCoolist

Why isn't this for real? Great design integrates into the environment. DeerShaped Pylons Concept by Designdepot

Deer-Shaped Electrical Towers in Russia Check out this cool deer shaped hydro tower concept by Moscow-based design studio DesignDepot.

Spomeniks (monuments) in Yugoslavia

Spomenik (Monument) - These structures were commissioned by former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito in the and to commemorate sites where WWII battles took place, or where concentration camps stood.

巨大建造物が怖い人はコチラ

conscientious: “ triplecanopy: “ An animated socialist monument. Other former-Yugoslav sites and figures, whose meanings have yet to congeal, discussed in Triple Canopy’s Perfect Strangers residency.

20 Years, Perspective, Scenery

Forgotten Monuments of Yugoslavia

Forgotten Monuments of Yugoslavia

Arna Mackic - Warriors’ Mausoleum in Popina, Serbia.

Hand pleated detail of organza wedding dress

Hand pleated detail of organza wedding dress

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