Photo: Dirk-Jan Visser / Jasenovac - Croatia: 10-05-2009: Bogdan Bogdanovic (Belgrade 1922) the leading architect of memorials in the former multi-ethnic state of Yugoslavia, an unconventional urbanist, essayist and writer. Between 1951 and 1981 Bogdanovic completed over twenty memorials throughout Yugoslavia to commemorate the victims of fascism and anti-fascist resistance fighters. Here: The Flower Memorial in Jasenovac. It was built in 1966 on the site of the former Jasenovac Camp III. A concentration camp ran by Croatian fascists. The memorial is made of reinforced concrete. It consists of a base with six niches separated by concrete walls, along the bases of which are basins for water, and a central column with extends into the developed mantle of the Flower. Six trapeze - shaped slabs extend to the ceiling part of the niches. The crypt of the monument is paved with railway sleepers and on the nord side, there is a bronze plaque on which verses from the poem Jama (The Pit) by Ivan Goran Kovacic are etched in relief.
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