Prishtina, Kosovo's Capital City
The concrete monument, three 15-metre high columns joining near the top, symbolising “brotherhood and unity” of the three peoples of Kosovo (Albanians, Serbs and Montenegrins). It was built when this was Yugoslavia, on the square that used to be called Trg Bratstva i Jedinstva (Square of Brotherhood and Unity) in what was once the heart of Prishtina's bazaar, now sadly demolished. In the background the Carshi ('Bazaar') mosque, a remnant of those days. It looked sad and neglected in 2009.