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* This mass grave contains a large number of killed Yugoslav partisans, victims of fascism and a couple National Heroes of Yugoslavia, which were reburied here. ( http://en.tracesofwar.com/article/25760/Partisan-Cemetery-Vukosavci.htm)
 
* This mass grave contains a large number of killed Yugoslav partisans, victims of fascism and a couple National Heroes of Yugoslavia, which were reburied here. ( http://en.tracesofwar.com/article/25760/Partisan-Cemetery-Vukosavci.htm)
* Dedicated to the fighters of [[Partisan Detachments|Majevica Partisan Detachment]] that were killed by chetniks in 1942. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_World_War_II_monuments_and_memorials_in_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina)
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* Dedicated to the fighters of the [[Majevica Detachment|Majevica Partisan Detachment]] that were killed by chetniks in 1942. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_World_War_II_monuments_and_memorials_in_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina)
 
* built during the seventies on the place where on February 20, 1942, members of the Majevica partisan detachment were killed by Chetniks. In addition to the ca. 30 members of the Staff and fighters of the Majevica partisan detachment, who were killed in February 1942, as well as fighters who later died and victims of fascist terror,  national heroes of Yugoslavia from this area, who died after the war - Dojčin Lukić (1912—1953), Branko Stojanović (1923—1981), Ratko Perić (1914—1985) and Jovo Radovanović Jovaš (1915—2004) are buried here. (for details of the event, see https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Спомен-гробље_у_Вукосавцима)
 
* built during the seventies on the place where on February 20, 1942, members of the Majevica partisan detachment were killed by Chetniks. In addition to the ca. 30 members of the Staff and fighters of the Majevica partisan detachment, who were killed in February 1942, as well as fighters who later died and victims of fascist terror,  national heroes of Yugoslavia from this area, who died after the war - Dojčin Lukić (1912—1953), Branko Stojanović (1923—1981), Ratko Perić (1914—1985) and Jovo Radovanović Jovaš (1915—2004) are buried here. (for details of the event, see https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Спомен-гробље_у_Вукосавцима)
  

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Basic Info

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Partisan Cemetery Vukosavci
Vukosavci
Municipality of Lopare
(Republika Srpska, Bosnia)

Coords: 44.63566,18.87592

Size: several ha
Main Material: Bronze
Designer: Drago Tršar

Major Point of Interest
Built in 1970s
Condition: fair
Style: Abstract

Main Reference:
https://en.tracesofwar.com/article/25760/Partisan-Cemetery-Vukosavci.htm

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Notes



Physical aspects: Objects, Style, Shape & Materials

  • Huge- weirdly shaped, sort of a bended tower with vaguely humanoid shapes.
  • Park might hold more interesting objects, including a spomen dom?

Objects

Table of separate objects of Vukosavci - Partisan Cemetery Vukosavci
Image Name Description Size Condition Main Material Notes
Main Object bended tower with abstract humanoid shapes, restand on a star shaped mound with a low wall with plaques with the names of the killed fighters of the Majevic partisan detachment and the Vojvodina brigades and the names of the victims of fascist terror. 6m? Fair Bronze monument to the "Revolution", erected in 1986, work of Slovenian sculptor Drago Tršar
Steps and walls different levels borders with walls and steps in between <1m Neglected Stone neglected, overgrown and crumbling
Gravemarkers Several star-shaped grey stone markers with inscription <1m fair Stone inscription mention name and dates of national heroes
Memorial Fountain Five light grey rounded stones placed in a flower shape on a pedestal of cemented stones with a small spring at the base. One of the stones has a (faded) general inscription in black ca. 1.5m tall fair Stone
Spomen Dom Traditional house of cemented stones with a tile roof ca. 20m2 Renovated Stone
Motel Modernist building with triangular roof, multiple stories ca. 1ha abandoned Stone built end of the 70's, work of architect Zlatko Ugljen


Style & Shape

Materials

Materials of Vukosavci - Partisan Cemetery Vukosavci
  • Bronze
  • Stone
  • Concrete
  • Cemented stones


Location & Directions

Location & Directions
Coords: 44.63566,18.87592

Directions
Local buses go once/twice a day

Maps
* Nearby locations (external)
* Googlemaps Satellite View (external)
  • Note: The bigger monument is visible on googlemaps if you know what you're looking for. The park has its own entry with pics.
  • No streetview available

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Notes

History and Background

Commemoration

Design, build and condition

Phases in the existence of Vukosavci - Partisan Cemetery Vukosavci
Year/Period Exact Date Event/Use Notes
1970s built
1974 expanded
1986 main memorial built


Gallery

Spomen Dom - https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Датотека:Vukosavci_sp_3.jpg
Grave Marker - https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Датотека:Vukosavci_sp_2.JPG


Gallery of Vukosavci - Partisan Cemetery Vukosavci




References, links & furter reading