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Eerie Eastern European War Memorials Look Like They’re From Another Planet

Nikšić - One of many abandoned monuments in Montenegro commemorating places and battles during World War II, which were all neglected after Yugoslavia dissolved.

The Šušnjar memorial monument in Sanski Most, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Built in 1971, it is dedicated to the more than 5,000 Serbs and Jews killed by the Nazi-sponsored Ustaše regime in the Second World War

Former Yugoslavia monuments -The Šušnjar memorial monument in Sanski Most, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Built in it is dedicated to the more than Serbs and Jews killed by the Nazi-sponsored Ustaše regime in the Second World War (Dado Ruvic/Reuters)

Soviet Sculpture: Another sculpture made in Soviet Russia that shows the huge difference in monument style compared to Western Europe. Soviet monuments were often futuristic looking like this one.

An extremely creepy tour of an abandoned Soviet monument in Bulgaria

Soviet Sculpture: Another sculpture made in Soviet Russia that shows the huge difference in monument style compared to Western Europe. Soviet monuments were often futuristic looking like this one.

Brutalist Architecture and Soc Realism in ...

The Forum Hotel in Krakow, Poland, is another example of how communist architects simply couldn't resist lifting ugly buildings off the ground.

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25 Abandoned Yugoslavia Monuments that look like they're from the Future ~ Košute

Memorial cemetery in Lepoglava, Croatia by Stevan Luketic (cast aluminum, 1981.)

Memorial cemetery in Lepoglava, Croatia by Stevan Luketic (cast aluminum,

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