Near star monument in Cacalica park
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Near star monument in Cacalica park

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Čačalica (translated with Google Translate, sorry)

Pozarevac the hill above where there is a memorial park of the same name. I park covers 28 hectares and is a favorite picnic Požarevljana.

At the memorial site during the Second World War were shot about 3,000 supporters NOP and captured partisans. A place to rest their remains marked by a monument in the form derived wall, the rifle grooves and partisan symbols that mark the shooting victims. In the memorial park is the ossuary and the Red Army soldiers, fallen in October 1944. In the field of Ore head to Mladenovac.

At the top of the hill is the monument "Star".

Within the park there is a large number of rare plant species of trees and small critters. With some parts of the hill can be seen almost the entire panorama Pozarevac.

Photo: Virtuelne ture

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A: Inside the star in Cacalica park - Pozarevac

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