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    Stećci medieval tombstones graveyards, the newest UNESCO world heritage site in the Balkans.

    Stećak (plural: Stećci ) is the name for monumental medieval tombstones that lie scattered across Balkan countries. An estimated 60,000 are found within the borders of modern Bosnia and Herzegovina and the rest of 10,000 are found in what are today Croatia (4,400), Montenegro (3,500), and Serbia (…

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    To not to fall in confusion and illusion that this Stećci have any relation with Slaves, no they not. These are remains of medieval (true) and much older civilizations (seem much older that magic limit of 5000 years of official history), Illirians (yes, those who are not existing by all intruders in this area) and others original inhabitants before ungarian, german ottoman and slavic invasions.



    @matejebach Slavs* They appear in 12th century, when Bosnia is fully Slavic for several centuries and names on them are Slavic. But then again seeing someone write “official history” tells plenty about them.

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