Yugoslavia was a powerful country in the Southeast Europe during most of the 20th century. But after several wars, economic crisis, death of leaders and weakening of the government, Yugoslavia finally breakup during the early 80s until the 90s. As a result, six new republics proclaimed independence namely Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia.
But even if the former powerhouse Yugoslavia freed its people, still tons of historical warfare remnants remained standing majestic on this region. From revolution monuments to memorial shrines, these very beautiful and totally amazing abandoned monuments are a real head turner. With its futuristic design and unique architectures, one would wonder why in the world they are left deserted!
1. The Monument to Hanged Patriots – Vranjske Njive, Montenegro
2. Interrupted Flight – Kragujevac, Serbia
3. The National Liberation War Monument – Pristina, Kosovo
4. The Šušnjar Memorial Monument – Sanski Most, Bosnia and Herzegovina
5. Monument to the Revolution – Mrakovica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
6. The National Liberation Fight – Maribor, Slovenia
7. Three Fists at Bubanj Memorial Park – Niš, Serbia
8. The Battle of Sutjeska Memorial Monument – Tjentiste, Bosnia and Herzegovina
9. The Stone Flower – Jasenovac, Croatia
10. Moslavina Monument to the Revolution – Podgarić, Berek, Croatia
Photos from: imgur
Did you notice that most if not all of these wonderful and totally amazing abandoned monuments looks very Star Wars-y? The overall architectural design is so superb and without a doubt exceptional! Combine with the massive size, treasured historical significance, distinctive layout and futuristic perspective, these monuments should be well taken care of! And they need some sort of protective barrier to preserve their beauty!
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