The governments of the world should do so much more to stop the wars on our planet, do you agree?
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The monument on the mountain Gučevo in Serbia, represents mausoleum where the remains were laid by both warring sides. The construction of the ossuary was originally started in 1917 by Austrians. 12 years later was completed by the Serbian architect GV Todić. Burnt from projectile cannon, top of Gučevo showed for long time how the battle on Gučevo was terryfing , as told by people of Podrinje. Defending Emin water and geo-point 708 for 55 days, our brave soldiers gave their lives. American journalist John Reed visited this area a few months after the battle, and noted the following: "... Looking better, we saw a terrible thing: a bunch of these little protruded pieces of uniform, skulls with matted hair, bloody bones sticking out of army boots. We walked around the dead. So many of them were, sometimes our legs fell in the pit of rotting flesh, crushing bones. Through full length of 9km on Gučevo , corps were so stacked in piles, 10,000 of them. " <<>><<>><<>><<>><<>><<>><<>><<>><<>><<>><<>>
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We spent almost half of our time in Cuba exploring the local town of Matanza. We wanted a more genuine experience and loved walking through an area where they are not used to seeing any tourists. Everyone there was so friendly and so many of them opened their homes to us. You've got to love the kindness of strangers. If people were like this everywhere, I think the world would be a much happier place...