Dec 23, 2013

Mad Friday 2013 (40 pics)


By on Monday, December 23, 2013

Mad Friday, the last Friday before Christmas. People in the UK get drunk.







































29 comments:

  1. Dusan Dzamonja, Miodrag Zivkovic, Vojin Stojic, Gradimir Medakovic, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Vojin Bakic ...

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  2. Srbija 'ko Nokia.....svake godine sve manja i manja.

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  3. Im to young to know how was living in Yugoslavia buth of what i heard , what is was and what the divided republics are now they are as you said : the remains or signs of a more advanced civilization.

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  4. Filip Straus - ŽivkoJanuary 10, 2014 at 7:17 AM

    Just Awesome what they made!!!

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  5. The nazi Ustasha regime killed anti fascist Croats at Jasenovac as well. Serbs always tend to forget that.

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  6. How can it be proof when the Ustasha regime killed anti fascist Croats at Jasenovac as well.

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  7. And btw, one million!? About 80 000 were killed at Jasenovac. That including 15 000 Croats and the rest being Serbs, Jews and Roma.

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  8. For those who don't know, the monument in Petrova Gora once held a congress center, museum and library inside. And outside of it there were a recreation center. Today all of that is abandoned and it look even worse then the picture above. On this link you can see what is left of it today: http://www.novilist.hr/Vijesti/Hrvatska/Spomenik-Vojina-Bakica-na-Petrovoj-gori-oronuli-kostur-pred-raspadom

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  9. Why dont you mention how many children was killed in Jasenovac instead of trying to diminish the number of Serbs,Jews and Gipsy people killed by excessing the number of Croats killed.You spit on them these days anyway,thats what you government teaches you for last 22 years.Hypocrits

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  10. a lot of them just just have dark spots on them probably from acid rain, but otherwise look like there in great condiction

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  11. Awe inspiring and beautiful monuments. I would love to visit them all.

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  12. These are the first images I've seen of yugoslavia. These are really amazing things, very ahead of their time! I would like to visit them, think I need to look up more about yugoslavia though my ignorance is showing!

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  13. Frank III Augustine ManuelFebruary 27, 2014 at 9:38 PM

    Your grandfather is a BOSS.

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  14. Are you an artist yourself?

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  15. These are amazing. Such a shame to see graffiti on some of them. I wish we had some of these in the United States. We have cool sculptures, but these are just incredible.

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  16. It's a shame that these pieces have been forgotten but, more importantly the people who created them and the original owners of the land. Government intervention sure messed the place up. What did it solve? Nothing. It made it worse. That's the real crime.

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  17. A i jeste jedan od najlepših. Rispekt za dedu, što bi rekli omladinci :)

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  18. Titoism fits best :)

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  19. U, nisam znao za ovaj. Opasno izgleda!

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  20. The graffiti is just as essential part of the shared cultural impact of these decrepit monuments to ideology.

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  21. Sandro KakabadzeApril 4, 2014 at 7:01 AM

    It's realy special

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  22. There is a french electronic musician who have made a concept-album about Spomeniks named "Memorials (The Ghosts of Communism)".

    https://tankarville.bandcamp.com/

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  23. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-HUDqeqZn_DE/TkQfK6_j15I/AAAAAAAADEU/01nbR6JfEFA/s1600/DSC_8458.jpg

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  24. The minds behind these architectures are absolutely brilliant. http://dante-properties.com/domenick-pucillo

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  25. the symbolical meaning have not been lost forever, and they are not former monuments. They stand for what they were built to stand for and are still monuments, we still know why and for what reasons. Just because people do not patronize them does not mean that they cease to function, the eye of the viewer does not determine the quality of function in regards to these monumental structures.

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