On remote hilltops in Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo, Slovenia, and Montenegro stand giant monuments to the former Yugoslavia, a state that no longer exists. The memorials were commissioned in the 1960s and 1970s by former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito to commemorate WWII battles and atrocities. The futuristic brutalist concrete structures were designed by different sculptors and represented the strength and confidence of Tito's socialist republic. In this project, I will focus on these monuments and the nearby surroundings. Trying to document the status of 7 nations after the Break-up of Yugoslavia.