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Partisan Cemetery, Mostar

Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Built for the fallen Yugoslav Partisans of World War II, Partisan Cemetery features complex architectural elements and landscaping, including more than 660 symbolic tombstones. The designer describes it as a replica of Mostar, designed to reflect houses, alleys, and squares. Constructed in 1965, the site suffered destruction during the Yugoslav wars but was restored in 2005. Tour the memorial complex to see its organic elements, including slopes, terraces, and fountains, and take in the views of surrounding greenery and the town below. Add Partisan Cemetery to your Mostar travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Mostar vacation trip planner.
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  • We had a fascinating and insightful insight into the workings of the former Yugoslavia and what Tito was up to behind closed doors! This isn't a war tour, it's more than that, taking you through the w...  read more »
  • Great tour, which traces the history of Yugoslavia, since the end of World War II to the present day. Around the bunker/hangar secrets of Tito, between the palaces bombarded during the war of the 1990s and finally into the historical symbol of Yugoslavia, the national monument to the fallen was in the resistance, a fantastic weather and beautiful, now abandoned, as well as the national ideal and peaceful coexistence between Bosnians, Serbs and Croats. Miran bravissimo, prepared, simpatico did us enter the heart of the story and opened my mind in this fascinating tangle that is the Balkans. All in Italian (but obviously also speaks in English): the best of life!
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  • For connoisseurs of cemeteries, religious sites and places of worship-Yes! Take a look! Impressive. But, of course, immediately thought of the terrible war will take. So-in mood.
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