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Haunting Relics of a Country That No Longer Exists

Discover the incredible history behind Yugoslavia’s otherworldly monuments.

Hundreds of bizarre futuristic monuments appear out of place jutting from the varied landscape of the former Yugoslavia—ghostlike echoes of a country that no longer exists. Stretching from present-day Croatia and Slovenia bordering the Adriatic coast, through the jagged peaks of Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, until sloping down into Serbia and Macedonia, the bold abstract artworks built during the 1960s and 1970s were intended to spread their country’s ideals and values to the masses across all the land.

These incredible memorials offer any visitor a glimpse into the former Yugoslavia’s remarkable history. It may take effort to get to know the complicated region, let alone find the monuments, but the effort is definitely worth it. These monuments form the very essence of Yugoslavia.

For more information about these futuristic monuments head over to national geographic.

The Eerie Folktales Behind Iceland’s Natural Wonders – National Geographic

The scenic country of Iceland is known for its friendly locals, jaw-dropping waterfalls, and some of the best views of the aurora borealis in the world. A lesser known aspect of the popular tourist destination is its quirky and distinctive folklore, which features characters such as trolls, elves, ghosts, and fairies, and is integrated into the histories of many of the country’s famed natural formations.

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