Bosnia and Herzegovina Garavice Memorial Park

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Luka Esenko

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The Garavice Memorial Park, located near Bihać in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a significant historical site commemorating the victims of World War II and the atrocities committed during that period. This memorial complex, inaugurated in 1981, consists of a large field of concrete spires, known as "stelae," which symbolize the suffering and loss experienced during the war. It serves as a somber reminder of the more than 11,000 people, primarily Serbs and Jews, who were executed and buried in mass graves by the Ustasha regime between 1941 and 1945. The park stands as a poignant memorial to those who perished and as a place for reflection on the importance of peace and reconciliation in the region's troubled history.

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