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BIJELI POTOCI - KAMENSKO
Memorial Natural Monument and Reservation Bijeli potoci – Kamensko


23430 Korenica


Category of museum collection: B
Number of items: 6
In 1984, six life-size metal sculptures from the cycle "The Typhoid Victims" by Vanja Radauš were placed on cement bases in the natural environment of the memorial area. The sculptures belong to the Croatian History Museum in Zagreb; they are considered to be among the best from Radauš's opus.
The sculptures remained on the occupied territory between 1991 until June 1997, and professional staff and the service for the protection of monuments had no access to them.

Protection:

Because of a lack of time, the collection remained unprotected on the occupied territory. The list of items and the photographic documentation are kept at the Croatian History Museum in Zagreb.
Information concerning the museum during occupation:
* There is no information concerning the state of the collection during occupation.

Structure damage:


After the liberation of the occupied territory and the return to Croatian sovereignty, it was established that all six sculptures were forcibly taken from the cement bases and have disappeared.

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