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Partisan Cemetery, Mostar
(3.7/5 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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  • The conflict in this city means that the terrain will be forfeited. This is although a shame, because it will eventually be too much and nothing against the fascist comments and signs on the walls is made but there is a mysterious atmosphere of the place also. The young people of the city use the seclusion to the whisper sweet nothings and secret smoking :-). The architecture of the complex is wonderful and multifaceted and the look is very far. Everything seems a bit quiet and sublime. A really special place.
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  • Places we went to, but pretty well that among we regretted it. Although go. Because maybe when there is a beautiful architecture built is now a mess. Each side herbs and bushes, freshmen came somewhere secluded to smoke.
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  • Had to walk around for quite a while to find it, even some locals didn't know where it was. The place looks more like a scrapyard than a monument to fallen soldiers, lots of broken bottles and weeds, ...  more »