Location: Jasenovac, Croatia
Completed: Year built not known
Architect: Not known
Genre: Modernist, Socialist architecture, former Yugoslavia
The Hotel Sava was built to accommodate those visiting the Stone Flower and other monuments that are part of the nearby memorial site which commemorates the many thousands of victims who were put to death at Jasenovac concentration camp during World War II by fascist Croatian Ustaša forces. There was heavy fighting in the region during the Croatian War of Independence (March 1991 to November 1995) and the hotel would have been destroyed at some point during that period. More information about the Hotel Sava.
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