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"The death of Yugoslavia" organized by i-House Travel, is an unique excursion to discover, understand and consider the reasons of the last European war. We will visit together three amazing sites ending the tour with the Partisan cemetery. By many...more
Kralja Petra Kresimira, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
This is a literally awe inspiring place to visit. No one else was there at all, and it looked as if no-one had been there for some time. It is a unique piece of architecture, and a very moving secular tribute to the partisans who...More
If one is only willing to see beyond the weeds, and general neglect they will be able to sense the heart that was put into this monument. Constructed during the 60's as a memorial of the hundreds of partizans that were killed during the World...More
A beautiful piece of architecture with a fascinating history--one of the region's Spomenik or a series of monuments built under Tito to honor Yugoslavia's resistance fighters against Axis powers during World War II. This one in particular was meant to be a unifying monument, but...More
It’s a pity this place isn’t usually mentioned in the booklets or the maps. It’s a fascinating piece of history that is alive even today, with efforts by the municipality to repel right-wing vandalism. The monument is in pretty bad shape but that’s part of...More
We experienced this place as part of i-House Travel's Death of Yugoslavia tour. I didn't know about this place before coming to Mostar and its inclusion was a pleasant surprise.
Just to be clear - this is not a maintained cemetery. It fell into disuse...More
This was not interesting because it was beautiful but because it has been desecrated and ruined. The fountains and water features don't work, the gravestones are broken and there is graffiti and weeds. It is intersting because it shows what is happening now in Hercegovina....More
Definitely worth doing the 20-minute or so walk out to this monument - interesting buildings, nice tree-lined avenues and some swanky cafes (including great ice-cream!), but the monument itself is run-down and slightly spooky. It's also quite easy to miss the entrance as it doesn't...More
This tour took us by surprise. It was by far the best tour we have been on, it was original, creative, informative and very interesting. Miran has a warm passion for history and his hometown which adds to the excitement and mystery of the places...More