Monument to the Revolution of the People of Moslavina

Berek, Croatia

Monument to the Revolution of the people of Moslavina is a World War II memorial sculpture by Dušan Džamonja, located in Podgarić. It is dedicated to the people of Moslavina during World War II.



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Podgarić 27, Berek, Croatia
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Founded: 1967
Category: Statues in Croatia

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Harmen Quast (11 months ago)
The World War II memorial sculpture dedicated to the people of Moslavina during World War II seems abandoned and neglected, in the middle of nowhere it rises proud and alone, awesome tribute.
Paul Heller (14 months ago)
Really outstanding monument built in the 70s to commemorate the national liberation war (ww2). It's in pretty good shape, just some graffiti. It's about 1 hour from Zagreb. Space for parking on site. Looks like it's not really in use anymore. However it sits atop a hill overlooking the village and lake. It's definitely one of the best monuments to see in ex-Yugoslavia. Highly recommend a visit if you're into this stuff. Accurate location using Google Maps.
Michael Cerqueira (14 months ago)
One of the most unique monuments from former Yugoslavia. The monument is at the top a hill, giving a beautiful view to the village. It also commemorates the fight and struggle to save the world from Nazism. The monument could be better maintained and it is definitely worth a visit.
Tea Vasiljevic (Travelina) (2 years ago)
Hidden and forgotten monument built in former Yugoslavia after the WWII. It is one of the many scattered along the ex-yu. Really impressive. In my opinion worth seeing and visiting.
Jad H (2 years ago)
I'm shocked that there's so little people who visit the monument. It's a short 1 hour to 1 hour 15 minutes drive to a little town east of Zagreb. Wonderful design, beautiful walkway and breathtaking view of the new nearby Villa Grac lake and area. If you have the time, highly recommended to visit and enjoy a few hours out there, can also grab a drink or lunch at Villa Grac down the road.
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