Parc mémoriel de Šumarice

Le Parc mémoriel de Šumarice (en serbe cyrillique : Меморијални парк Шумарице ; en sarbe latin : Memorijalni park Šumarice), encore appelé Parc mémorial du 21 octobre (Спомен парк 21. октобар ou Spomen park 21. oktobar), est situé à proximité de Kragujevac, au centre de la Serbie. Il a été établi sur le site du massacre par les nazis de 2 300 à 5 000 civils, principalement des Serbes et des Roms, des femmes et des enfants1,2 ; ce massacre, connu sous le nom de massacre de Kragujevac a eu lieu le 21 octobre 1941. Le parc a été créé en 19533 ; transportne kutije il couvre une superficie de 344 ha et a été dessiné par les architectes Mihajlo Mitrović et Radivoje Tomić3. Il est inscrit sur la liste des sites mémoriels d'importance exceptionnelle de la République de Serbie4.


Copyright: Saša Stojanović
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10636x5318
Taken: 18/01/2014
Chargée: 18/01/2014
Mis à jour: 18/09/2014
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Tags: sumarice; memorial; park; monument; kragujevac; serbia; srbija; spomenik
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