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Mileta Bojović

Podgorica, Montenegro
born 1941, Zminica, Zabljak

Mileta Bojović is the author of numerous municipal and general urban plans of municipal centers, significant architectural projects in Montenegro, as well as beyond its borders. Bojovic is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade in 1966. He finished his postgraduate studies in Paris..

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In 1965, the Union of Partisan Veterans for the Commemoration of the Anniversary of the Antifascist Uprising and the Revolutionary Struggle of Moslavina commissioned the monument's design directly from sculptor Dušan Džamonja. From 1942, village Podgarić and its vicinity was liberated territory..

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Miners Monument

Mitrovica, Kosovo
by Bogdan Bogdanović

The Miners Monument is situated in the Northern half of Kosovo, in the Serbian part of the town of Mitrovica. Two columns holding a mining cart represent the mining tradition of the city. The monument is a memorial to Mitrovica’s Albanian and Serbian miners who lost their lives during World War..

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Srebrenka Sekulić-Gvozdanović

Zagreb, Croatia
born 1916, Banja Luka

Srebrenka Sekulić-Gvozdanović was Croatian architect, also "First Lady of Croatian Architecture." She was born in Banja Luka and studied at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, where she received her doctorate on the theme of the Fortress Church in Croatia. She was the first assistant professor..

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Marta Ivanšek

Ljubljana, Slovenia
born 1920, Ljubljana

Marta Ivanšek (Ljubljana, 1920 - 2003) was a Slovenian architect. She worked with her husband France Ivanšek. Their most important architectural work is the neighborhood Murgle in Ljubljana. Besides is also recognizable the Elderly Home Kolezija (1976-82).

Together with France they won..

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Kiril Muratovski


born 1930, Skopje

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The monument was erected in 1971 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the establishment of Kosmaj-Posavina Partisan detachment (2nd July 1941), which fought successfully against the Nazis and Serbian fifth column units in World War 2. The monumental architectural-sculptural composition, rising..

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The narrowest city center area on the left bank of the river Vardar has one of the most representative objects of modern architecture the Macedonian Opera and Ballet. This extraordinary work by the architects from young Slovenian office Biro 71 was influenced by Finnish organic architecture and..

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Nova Galenika

Belgrade, Serbia
by Dragoljub Bakić, ...

Galenika is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade,located in Belgrade's municipality of Zemun. A mixed residential-commercial-industrial neighborhood consists of several parts, including old Galenika section. The Nova (New) Galenika section and the surrounding industrial and commercial areas. The..

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Milica Šterić

Belgarde, Serbia
born 1914, Smederevo

Milica Šterić (1914–1998) worked briefly at the Ministry of Construction and later went on to oversee the Department of Architecture and Urbanism at the state construction firm Energoprojekt, which was charged with many important infrastructure projects throughout Yugoslavia and abroad. Her..

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The headquarters of Energoprojekt later became the Beobank building was the first structure in Belgrade with free standing pillars and a transparent glass facade.

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Miodrag Živković

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1928, Leskovac

Miodrag Živković was a Serbian sculptor, most known for his work on memorial complexes throughout the Former Yugoslavia. Born and raised in the small southern Serbian town of Leskovac, at the age of 16, Živković and his family moved to Belgrade directly after the liberation of Serbia from Axis..

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After the announcement of national competition in Yugoslavia in 1959 for building a monument, which would commemorate fallen soldiers in „National Liberation War“/Second World War in Priština, the monument was built in 1961 according to the conceptual solution of the sculptor Miodrag Živkovic...

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This monument has been destroyed in 1994.

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The Technical Faculty of Pristina University is one of Prishtina modern landmarks. The building that was designed by one of the most important Slovenian architects of its time, Edvard Ravnikar, is of great importance for the City, the State as well as the Modern Movement in the region. It is one..

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In Graz, Austria, the architect was faced with a challenging fact: placing a monument of international significance in the heart of the city cemetery, whose diversity of intimate memorials and their stories makes it difficult to accommodate a larger ambient with the solemn atmosphere of a..

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This complex located in Črni Kal, Slovenia commemorates fighters and veterans from the surrounding area who fell and fought during the National Liberation War (WWII).

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In the early 1960s, local government and veteran groups organized the construction of the complex just..

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