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The graffiti “Osijek – nepokoreni grad” (“Osijek – the unconquered city”) appeared on the intersection of Divaltova and Trpimirova Street in 1991 when Croatian soldiers were defending themselves and the city against armed attacks. The graffiti was declared a cultural asset, and its author is Predrag Sušac. It is a symbol of strength, courage, defiance and heroism of Croatian defenders thanks to whom Osijek can be referred to as the “unconquered city”. The fact that this is the only graffiti which was not in any way damaged speaks of its importance and respect for the Croatian defenders. Nevertheless, it is refurbished every year. In memory, honor and gratitude to fallen Croatian soldiers, candles are lit every year in front of the graffiti.
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Ulica Martina Divalta, Osijek 31000
45.548647, 018.693606 (45°32’55.1″N, 018°41’37.0″E)
GPS coordinates: 45.548647, 018.693606 (45°32’55.1″N, 018°41’37.0″E)
Address: Ulica Martina Divalta, Osijek 31000
The graffiti is located 2.5km away from the center of Osijek (Ante Starčević Square) at the crossroad of Martin Divalt Street and Duke Trpimir Street near the city stadium.
If you are driving with a car, show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do grafita „Osijek nepokoreni grad“ koji se nalazi oko 2.5km od centra grada Osijeka (Trga Ante Starčevića) na križanju ulice Martina Divalta i ulice kneza Trpimira u blizini gradskog stadiona. Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema grafitu „Osijek nepokoreni grad“ koji se nalazi oko 2.5km od centra grada Osijeka (Trga Ante Starčevića) na križanju ulice Martina Divalta i ulice kneza Trpimira u blizini gradskog stadiona. Hvala!
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