Banners, graffiti, and the names of public places write the politics of the streets in Zagreb. Read More
General Ante Gotovina served in the Croatian War for Independence as a Lieutenant General in the Croatian Army. In 2001, he was indicted by the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on charges of “joint criminal enterprise” to expel Krajina Serbs from Croatia in 1995 during Operation Storm. On April 15, 2011, he was found guilty on seven of the eight counts of the indictment and sentenced to 24 years of imprisonment.
The walls of Zagreb capture the continuing graffiti war between right wing nationalists and radical left activists. For more on graffiti in Zagreb, watch The Walls Are Our Sponges.