Fodor's Expert Review Batina Monument

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High on a hill above the border where Croatia meets Hungary and Serbia is this striking WWII monument, dedicated to the 2,000 members of the Red Army who died in the Battle of Batina. It was built in 1946, three years after the battle, by Croatian sculptor Antun Augustinčić. The monument itself, topped by a 89-foot-high obelisk, is quite impressive, but the views of the Danube, forests, and three countries below are the best part of the visit.
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Osjecko-Baranjska  Croatia

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