Sanski Most Municipality

Monuments & Memorials


Village/MZ Address Name Type Year Author Still Exists Date Mapped Description
Sanski Most Stanična bb. Hall of II Session of ZAVNOBiH with museum Museum No Former Sokol Dom. No longer exists - destroyed 1995-96. National monument since 2012
Sanski Most Plaque to commemorate location of KPJ Regional Committee March 1944 - Apr 1945 Memorial Plaque Created prior to 1985
Sanski Most Žrtava Fašizma bb. Šušnjar Memorial Complex Monument 1971 Petar Krstić Yes Mass grave of c.5,500 Victims of Fascist Terror existed at this site prior to 1960.
Sanski Most Orchard near source of the Zdena Monument to commemorate founding conference of People's Liberation Front of Bosnia & Herzegovina Monument Created prior to 1975
Krkojevci Monument to Victims of Fascist Terror Monument
Dževar Milin Birt Monument to fallen fighters and Victims of Fascist Terror Monument Yes Created prior to 1983
Dževar Milin Birt Ossuary of 21 fallen fighters and 168 Victims of Fascist Terror Ossuary 1958
Bosanski Milanovac Elementary school Plaque to commemorate organization of the Uprising for Podgrmeč Memorial Plaque Created prior to 1980
Donji Lipnik Monument to fallen fighters and Victims of Fascist Terror Monument Created prior to 1985
Kozin Partisans' cemetery Cemetery 1949 114 fallen fighters, many from nearby Partisans' hospital.
Majkić Japra Monument to fallen fighters Monument Yes Created prior to 1985. In poor condition. Almost certainly designed by Stanislav Mišić.
Lušci Palanka Birthplace of Simo Miljuš Museum No Created prior to 1985. Building now lies in ruins.
Lušci Palanka Plaque to commemorate residence of Command for Bosnian Krajina in 1942 Memorial Plaque Created prior to 1985
Majkića Uvala Grmeč mountain Cemetery at site of Partisan hospital Cemetery 1961
Bojište Cemetery of 120 Partisans & 275 Victims of Fascist Terror Cemetery Yes Created prior to 1975
Bojište Community Hall Plaque to commemorate the NOB Memorial Plaque Still existed as of 2016, although community hall lay in ruins with plans to reconstruct in near future.
Korčanica Korčanica Memorial Area Memorial Park 1979 Ljubomir Denković Yes Memorial complex existed here prior to Denković's sculpture; included a total of 19 memorial features, one of which was a burial site established in 1953, which contained the remains of over 500 people by 1960, and another established in 1958.
Jelašinovci Monument to NH Milančić Miljević Monument
Jelašinovci Memorial ossuary of fallen fighters from Jelašinovci, Bojište and Otiš Ossuary 1951 Yes
Jelašinovci Bust of NH Milančić Miljević Bust No Created after 1983.
Dabar Monument to 203 Victims of Fascist Terror Monument
Dabar Close to church Partisans' cemetery Cemetery 1960 In poor condition as of 2016.
Tomina Village centre Monument to the NOB Monument Yes
Vrhpolje Handanovići Monument to Victims of Fascist Terror Monument Yes Created prior to 1985. In very poor condition
Kljevci Monument to the NOB Monument
Podovi Partisans' cemetery Cemetery 1961 Yes A small number of burials existed at the site prior to 1960. Includes grave of NH Simo Bajić
Krnjadovac Čapljinske Bare Monument to Victims of Fascist Terror Monument Created prior to 1985
Crnovoda Monument to Victims of Fascist Terror Monument Created between 1960 and 1983. Possibly marks the site of a collective grave.
Sanski Most Bust of Simo Miljuš Bust
Lušci Palanka Community Hall Bust of unknown person Bust No Bust missing, pedestal still in situ as of 2009.
Jelašinovci Dom Kulture Plaque to commemorate fallen fighters Memorial Plaque Still existed as of 2017, but in poor condition.
Jelašinovci Monument to Victims of Fascist Terror Monument Either created post-1995, or renovated twice in recent years.
Lušci Palanka Crossroads to south-east of village Monument to commemorate makeshift airfield in 1942 Monument Yes Made of a plane wing
Sanski Most In front of ŠIP Sana Monument to the NOB Monument No Tall, slender sculpture, topped by female Partisan fighter holding a gun. Possibly made of wood.
Sanski Most Banjalučka, close to Catholic church Partisans' cemetery with 22 fallen fighters Cemetery Burials possibly relocated elsewhere some time after 1960.
Majkić Japra Partisans' cemetery Cemetery 1953 Contained remains of people who died at the first Central Hospital on Grmeč. Approximately 150 people buried here by 1960.
Fajtovci Cemetery of Partisan fighters and Victims of Fascist Terror Cemetery 1954
Lušci Palanka Memorial ossuary of 37 fallen fighters Ossuary 1951
Bosanski Milanovac Partisans' cemetery Cemetery 1961
Lukavice Partisans' cemetery Cemetery 1961