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Domovinski rat bio je obrambeno-osloboditeljski rat za neovisnost i cjelovitost Republike Hrvatske, a protiv agresije udruženih velikosrpskih snaga.

U ratnim stradanjima 1991. do 1995. godine poginulo je više od dvadeset i jedne tisuće osoba, a nekoliko ih stotina tisuća postalo prognanicima i izbjeglicama.

Jedna od najvećih i najkrvavijih bitki Domovinskog rata bila je skoro tromjesečna opsada hrvatskoga grada Vukovara. Dan pada Vukovara 18. studenoga Hrvatski je sabor proglasio Danom sjećanja na žrtve Domovinskog rata i Danom sjećanja na žrtvu Vukovara i Škabrnje.

U studenome 2020.godine, sjećajući se posljednjih dana opsade Vukovara i svih žrtava rata u Republici Hrvatskoj, Grad Crikvenica podiže Spomen-obilježje Vukovar.

Naš je grad bio pošteđen ratnih razaranja, no naši su sugrađani odlazili na brojna ratišta, a Crikvenica je postala utočište i novi dom tisućama prognanika i izbjeglica, među kojima i velikom broju Vukovaraca.

Osnovna je ideja ovog spomen-obilježja vječni plamen, simbol sjećanja na ljude i događaje od nacionalne važnosti, ali i trajne zahvalnosti onima koji su dali život za slobodu domovine. Plamen simbolički predstavlja crveni svijetleći kvadrat, koji je ujedno oznaka državnosti. Dvije željezne forme koje omeđuju plamen tvore slovo V kao Vukovar; na njima se nalazi tekst: Vukovar 18. 11. 1991.  i Crikvenica – pamti – remembers – erinnert sich – se souvient.

The Croatian War of Independence was a defensive-liberating war for the independence and integrity of the Republic of Croatia, and against the aggression of the joint Greater Serbian forces.

More than twenty-one thousand people were killed as casualties of war in the period from 1991 to 1995, and several hundred thousand have become displaced persons and refugees.

One of the biggest and bloodiest battles of the Croatian War of Independence was the almost three-month long siege of the Croatian city of Vukovar. The 18th of November, the day that Vukovar fell was declared the Day of Remembrance for the Victims of the Croatian War of Independence and the Day of Remembrance of the Victimhood of Vukovar and Škabrnja, by the Croatian Parliament.

In November of 2020, while remembering the last days of the siege of Vukovar and all the victims of the war in the Republic of Croatia, the City of Crikvenica erected a Memorial for Vukovar.

Our city was spared from the devastations of war, but our fellow citizens went to numerous battlefields, and Crikvenica became a safe haven and a new home to thousands of displaced persons and refugees, including a large number of people from the city of Vukovar.

The fundamental idea of this memorial is the eternal flame, a symbol of remembrance of the people and events of national importance, but also a symbol of lasting gratitude to those who gave their lives for the freedom of their homeland. The flame is symbolically represented by a red luminous square, which is also a designation of statehood. The two iron shapes that surround the flame form the letter V for Vukovar; and they contain the text: Vukovar 18/11/1991. and Crikvenica – pamti – remembers – erinnert sich – se souvient.

The Croatian War of Independence was a defensive-liberating war for the independence and integrity of the Republic of Croatia, and against the aggression of the joint Greater Serbian forces.

More than twenty-one thousand people were killed as casualties of war in the period from 1991 to 1995, and several hundred thousand have become displaced persons and refugees.

One of the biggest and bloodiest battles of the Croatian War of Independence was the almost three-month long siege of the Croatian city of Vukovar. The 18th of November, the day that Vukovar fell was declared the Day of Remembrance for the Victims of the Croatian War of Independence and the Day of Remembrance of the Victimhood of Vukovar and Škabrnja, by the Croatian Parliament.

In November of 2020, while remembering the last days of the siege of Vukovar and all the victims of the war in the Republic of Croatia, the City of Crikvenica erected a Memorial for Vukovar.

Our city was spared from the devastations of war, but our fellow citizens went to numerous battlefields, and Crikvenica became a safe haven and a new home to thousands of displaced persons and refugees, including a large number of people from the city of Vukovar.

The fundamental idea of this memorial is the eternal flame, a symbol of remembrance of the people and events of national importance, but also a symbol of lasting gratitude to those who gave their lives for the freedom of their homeland. The flame is symbolically represented by a red luminous square, which is also a designation of statehood. The two iron shapes that surround the flame form the letter V for Vukovar; and they contain the text: Vukovar 18/11/1991. and Crikvenica – pamti – remembers – erinnert sich – se souvient.

La guerre nationale était une guerre défensive et libératoire pour l’indépendance et intégralité de la République de Croatie, contre l'agression de grandes forces serbes.

Dans la période de guerre, du 1991 à 1995, ils y avaient plus de vingt-et-un mille de morts et plusieurs de cent mille refugies et émigrants.

Une des plus grandes et des plus saignantes batailles de la guerre était le siège de trois mois de la ville croate de Vukovar. La journée de la chute de Vukovar, le 18 novembre, était proclamé par le gouvernement croate le Jour de Mémoire des victimes de la Guerre Nationale et le Jour de Mémoire des villes martyres Vukovar et Škabrnja.

En novembre de 2020, en se souvenant les derniers jours du siège de Vukovar, et de toutes les victimes de la guerre en Croatie, la ville de Crikvenica a construit le monument commémoratif de Vukovar.

Notre ville n’était jamais touchée par la guerre, mais, nos citoyens étaient les soldats sur plusieurs champs de bataille, et Crikvenica a devenu la maison pour beaucoup de refugies et émigrants, parmi d’eux nombreuses personnes de Vukovar.

L’idée principale de ce monument commémoratif est la flamme éternelle, le symbole de mémoire des victimes et évènements d’importance nationale, mais aussi, dans le même temps, une reconnaissance permanente à ceux qui ont perdu leurs vies pour la libération de la patrie. La flamme représente un carré symbole allumé de rouge, qui est aussi le symbole de pays. Deux structures en fer, qui limitent la flamme, forment la lettre V comme Vukovar, et sur elles nous pouvons trouver le texte : Vukovar 18/ 11/ 1991., et Crikvenica – pamti – remembers – erinnert sich – se souvient.


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