Bubanj

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Bubanj
Бубањ
Bubanj Memorial Park
Bubanj Memorial Park
Bubanj is located in Serbia
Bubanj
Bubanj
Coordinates: 43°18′20″N 21°52′21″E / 43.30556°N 21.87250°E / 43.30556; 21.87250
Country  Serbia
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

Bubanj (Serbian Cyrillic: Бубањ) is located in Palilula, Niš, Serbia. According to the 2002 census its population was 516 inhabitants (census 1991st was 441 inhabitants). It is famous for its World War II Bubanj Memorial Park, Historic Landmark of Exceptional Importance.

History[edit]

Ceramics of Černa Voda III-culture dating to the Early and Middle Bronze Age have been found in Bubanj.[1]

10,000 people from Niš and south Serbia were shot during World War II in Bubanj. In the memory of the dead a monument, in the shape of three monumental clenched fists, was memorialized in 1963. It is a work of sculptor Ivan Sabolić and symbolizes the resistance of the people during the World War II.

Population[edit]

  • 2002: 516
  • 1991: 441

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Coordinates: 43°18′20″N 21°52′21″E / 43.30556°N 21.87250°E / 43.30556; 21.87250