kultura sjećanja

| culture of remembrance |

kultura sjećanja

| culture of remembrance |

DATA:

Monument:
Memorial complex Sanski Most

Location: Sanski Most, Trg ljiljana, across from the old town hall

Entity: Federation of Bosnia and Hezegovina

Erected in year: 7 July 2009

Text on the monument:

There was an inscription on the memorial fountain, but it was removed, with only traces of letters remaining:

Memorial fountain in memory of victims of the 1992-1995 war. Municipality of Sanski Most

Inscription underneath the statue of the camp detainee:

The Crisis Committee of the so-called Serb Municipality of Sanski Most together
with police, military and paramilitary formations
organised in the summer of 1992 the detaining and
torture of more than 5000 Bosniaks and Croats
from this town in 24 camps.
The centuries old plan of so-called "Greater Serbia" was:
partly kill, partly imprison, partly expel.
In the "most Serb town" such as
Sanski Most was from 1992 to 1995
criminals killed
771 non-Serb civilians.
Documents and testimonies
about the fate of innocent people
from the past war from 1992 to 1995
have been preserved for the future generations
of liberated Sanski Most.

Association of Former Prison Camp Detainees

Inscription on plaque behind the statue of the camp prisoner, on the wall of a nearby building:

List of Bosniaks and Croats from the Sanski Most Municipality missing or killed during the aggression against BiH
(list of names of 771 victims)

Inscription on monument on the green across from the above monuments:

To the liberators of Sanski Most

Before the sun rose
he lifted his hand
and left upon the stone
an eternal trace of the truth.
He returned
to liberate his town
A.T.

This is in memory of all those
who gave their lives
for freedom,
a memorial
to the innocents killed,
for the newly born and those
yet to be born.
May they guard the dignity,
honour and liberty of their
town.
1992/95

Amir Talić



In memory of:

Camp prisoners from Sanski Most, civilians



Ethnic group: Predominantly Bosniaks

Built by the means of:

Association of Former Camp Prisoners Sanski Most


Authorship: (statue of the camp prisoner) Redžo Kurbegović, based on a figurine made by Hase Osmančević in the Manjača camp

Data source(s): Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage Bihać, Una-Sana Canton , Local partners , Fieldwork

Photographed: 6 April 2013

Map:

Sanski Most, Memorial complex in the town centre

6 April 2013

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DATA:

Monument:
Memorial complex Sanski Most

Location: Sanski Most, Trg ljiljana, across from the old town hall

Entity: Federation of Bosnia and Hezegovina

Erected in year: 7 July 2009

Text on the monument:

There was an inscription on the memorial fountain, but it was removed, with only traces of letters remaining:

Memorial fountain in memory of victims of the 1992-1995 war. Municipality of Sanski Most

Inscription underneath the statue of the camp detainee:

The Crisis Committee of the so-called Serb Municipality of Sanski Most together
with police, military and paramilitary formations
organised in the summer of 1992 the detaining and
torture of more than 5000 Bosniaks and Croats
from this town in 24 camps.
The centuries old plan of so-called "Greater Serbia" was:
partly kill, partly imprison, partly expel.
In the "most Serb town" such as
Sanski Most was from 1992 to 1995
criminals killed
771 non-Serb civilians.
Documents and testimonies
about the fate of innocent people
from the past war from 1992 to 1995
have been preserved for the future generations
of liberated Sanski Most.

Association of Former Prison Camp Detainees

Inscription on plaque behind the statue of the camp prisoner, on the wall of a nearby building:

List of Bosniaks and Croats from the Sanski Most Municipality missing or killed during the aggression against BiH
(list of names of 771 victims)

Inscription on monument on the green across from the above monuments:

To the liberators of Sanski Most

Before the sun rose
he lifted his hand
and left upon the stone
an eternal trace of the truth.
He returned
to liberate his town
A.T.

This is in memory of all those
who gave their lives
for freedom,
a memorial
to the innocents killed,
for the newly born and those
yet to be born.
May they guard the dignity,
honour and liberty of their
town.
1992/95

Amir Talić



In memory of:

Camp prisoners from Sanski Most, civilians



Ethnic group: Predominantly Bosniaks

Built by the means of:

Association of Former Camp Prisoners Sanski Most


Authorship: (statue of the camp prisoner) Redžo Kurbegović, based on a figurine made by Hase Osmančević in the Manjača camp

Data source(s): Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage Bihać, Una-Sana Canton , Local partners , Fieldwork

Photographed: 6 April 2013

Map: