The Monument of the Three Fist is one of the most impressive work of art I’ve seen in my life.
It is located on the top of a hill in the Memorial Park Bubanj in Niš, Serbia, and it was built in the early ’60 to commemorate the shooting and execution of 10,000 people by the Nazi army and Special Police during World War II.
These three concrete obelisks have different engraving and size, symbolizing men, women and children because entire families lost their lives in the Crveni Krst concentration camp located nearby.
The monument is often described on the interned as abandoned, but it’s not. The whole Memorial Park is clean and accessible to everybody and, if you’re in the area, please take some time to visit it, I promise you’ll understand my excitement when you get there.
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