Memorial Park Bubanj

The Memorial Park Bubanj was built in memory of more than ten thousand citizens of Niš and southern Serbia who were shot during the Second World War. Prisoners were taken from the concentration camp „Red Cross“ one of the few authentic memorial complexes in Europe today and shot at Bubanj. 

In addition to the white marble monument, with imprinted scenes of suffering and final victory, three strong fists symbolize resistance to the occupiers. Fists of different sizes represent the fist of a man, a woman, and a child, as the symbol of fallen victims.