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The largest mass grave in Europe since WWII is located in Vukovar Croatia. At Vukovar Cemetery, 938... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2018
AdrianaKupresak
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Zagreb, Croatia
Very sad place...

Place that should be visited if you ever come to Vukovar. Very sad place and beautifully decorated... read more

Reviewed 17 April 2018
Alen S
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Vukovar 32000, Croatia
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Reviewed 23 April 2018

The largest mass grave in Europe since WWII is located in Vukovar Croatia. At Vukovar Cemetery, 938 bodies were dumped here in a mass grave. This memorial with eternal flame commemorates the victions of the Battle of Vukovar. An eternal cross is also visible from...More

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Reviewed 17 April 2018

Place that should be visited if you ever come to Vukovar. Very sad place and beautifully decorated. The monument and the field with white crosses without names are breathtaking.

Thank Alen S
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Reviewed 11 February 2018

This modern memorial commemorates the 25th anniversary of the War of Independence of Croatia and the devastation of Vukovar, a city the bore the brunt of the Serbian assault. Much of the center of the city was demolished by Serbian artillery and many died. A...More

Thank Gabriel H
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Reviewed 18 October 2017

Found this to be much more moving and affecting than Ovcara. (Also easier to find.) A field full of anonymous crosses where the Ovcara victims are buried. Row after row of grave markers (most of them covered with flowers and candles) covering the graves of...More

Thank DreamTraveller2
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Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

This is a place to visit in order to fully understand the power and consequences of Croatia's homeland war. Definitely a great part of Croatia's history, memorial grave yard like no other, beautifully decorated and yet so sad because of its story. Worth of visit!

Thank l0lita1985
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

This is a Memorial Cemetery, and the name pretty much describes it. There isn't anything I can say except that you can feel an atmosphere as soon as you arrive. My friend took me here, and she showed me her father's and uncle's grave, and...More

Thank Sgt_Oddball
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

be sure to visit when you visit the town of Vukovar. very clean and tidy cemetery. coming to the area in front of white crosses will feel sadness. you know that each white cross marks the one person who has gone through torture and finally...More

Thank Dario B
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Reviewed 8 November 2016

Calming place, beautifully decorated, full of meaning - dignified and emotional. Be sure to visit if you come to Vukovar to pay tribute to the fallen Croatian defenders.

Thank Nina Š
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Reviewed 18 February 2016

On Memorial Cemetery of the War until January 2012, is buried total of 413 killed Croatian soldiers, 306 civilian victims of the war, 115 deaths of Croatian military invalids, one Croatian defender (one of Vukovar commander) and 45 family members of killed Croatian soldiers. Memorial...More

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