Spomenik: Valley of the Graves, part of Dotrščina Memorial Park in Zagreb, Croatia. Socialist-era monument in the former Yugoslavia.
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“The Fishermen” in Constanţa, Romania. Completed in 1959 by Corneliu Virgiliu Medrea. Socialist-era sculpture in the former Eastern Bloc.
Artesian Fountain in Brăila, a city on the Danube River in eastern Romania. Socialist-era sculpture in the former Eastern Bloc.
Spomenik: Park of National Heroes in Kozarska Dubica, Bosnia & Herzegovina. Socialist-era memorial in the former Yugoslavia.
Monument to the Heroes of the Air in Bucharest, Romania. Completed in 1935 by sculptors Lidia Kotzebue and Iosif Fekete. Former Eastern Bloc.
Monument to the Fallen in the Great Patriotic War (WWII) in the Black Sea Coast resort town of Gagra, Abkhazia. Soviet-era war memorial in the former USSR.
Freedom Monument at Shipka Pass in central Bulgaria. Completed in 1934 by sculptor Aleksandar Andreev. War memorial in the former Eastern Bloc.
“Stone Flower” Fountain in Stefan cel Mare Central Park in Chisinau, Moldova. Created in the 1980s. Soviet-era sculpture in the former USSR.
Monument to Alexander Tamanian in Yerevan, Armenia. Completed in 1974 by sculptor, Artashes Hovsepyan. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.
Soviet-era sculpture and bas relief at the front of an administrative building in Vanadzor, Armenia. Completed in the 1970s. Former USSR.
Spomenik: “Miner” Monument in Velenje, Slovenia. Completed in 1953 by sculptor Alojzij Kogovšek. Socialist-era monument in the former Yugoslavia.
Monument to Vladimir Lenin in Narva, Estonia. Completed in 1957 by sculptor Olav Männi. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.