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A sobering homage to the victims of the war of independence

In the early 1990s, following the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the Serbian government tried to... read more

Reviewed 7 February 2018
Gabriel H
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Bellaire, Texas, United States
a symbol of rebuilding

Strolling along the Danube we saw this monument. Next day at the tourist info we asked the girl for... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2016
Ilse771016
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Papa, Hungary
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Feb 6, 2018
“A sobering homage to the victims of the war of independence”
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Danube Riverbank, Vukovar, Croatia
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Important to remember the horrors of war and hope for future peace, A great idea to show the hope for the future with the windows decorated by beautiful flowering plants.

Thank Pam D
Reviewed 7 February 2018

In the early 1990s, following the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the Serbian government tried to prevent the secession of Croatia. this resulted in a terribly bloody and cruel war. Eastern Croatia was heavily bombed and the population suffered heavy casualties. Eventually Croatia became an independent nation,...More

Thank Gabriel H
Reviewed 6 January 2018

It’s a house which was heavily damaged during the War of Independence of Croatia in the nineties of the twentieth century. It hasn’t been repaired thereafter so that it’s still an evidence of the destruction resulting from the stated War. The house isn’t apparently inhabited...More

Thank periandro
Reviewed 18 February 2016

Strolling along the Danube we saw this monument. Next day at the tourist info we asked the girl for some info. She told us its made by a Croatian artist living in the States right now. It shows the rising of the city after the...More

Thank Ilse771016
Reviewed 1 October 2015

Strolling along Vukovar's very pleasant Danube Riverbank, we saw this monument set into a large patch of grass. It looks like a series of tombtones leaning on each other, but each one is distinct (like fingerprints or snow flakes). We walked around it from all...More

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