Kadinjača Memorial Complex – Zlatiborski okrug, Serbia - Atlas Obscura
A grand Yugoslav memorial to the group of partisans who fought and died resisting western Serbia’s Nazi occupation.
In western Serbia, a pink and white stone complex sits on a mountaintop overlooking many miles of green valleys. But the soft pastel colours and scenic views of this sprawling memorial belie a history of struggle and sacrifice.
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The city of Užice, in western Serbia, was the first region to win its independence from World War II-era Nazi occupation. In late 1941 partisans recaptured the city from the Germans, and declared the city and its surroundings the “Republic of Užice”—but it would be short lived.