Stone Flower is a monument to the victims of Ustaša atrocities during World War II in Jasenovac. Designed by Bogdan Bogdanović and unveiled in 1966, it serves as a reminder of the atrocities perpetrated in the Jasenovac concentration camp.

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Founded: 1966
Category: Statues in Croatia

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