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Monument to the victims of NATO bombing in 1999 in Strazevica hill
Serbia

Strazevica hill was military base of Yugoslav army built during the former Yugoslavia and it was the one of the main target of NATO air attack on Yugoslavia in 1999. After the numerous of the air attacks the minority of military base capacities were destroyed, but two non-commissioned officers of Yugoslav army were killed here. In 2002 the monument to these two NCOs is built from remains of the collapsed telecommunications tower structure.

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