I came across a list of old Yugoslavian monuments that look quite interesting. Actually, I already saw the one in Podgarić and it was really impressive. Now I wanted to locate the rest of them, but wasn't really successful. I can't find half of them on Google Maps. Either the location is not known at all or there are more than one location with the same name. Therefore, I'm looking for the exact coordinates of the following monuments:
These are old Yugoslavian War Memorials (or at least most of them). Somebody created a great google map overlay of these:
for some reason I am struggling to get the exact coordinates from that map, but you can zoom in all the way on each of them to see the actual monument at a decent enough zoom level.
Here is a list of all monuments coordinates except Brezovica.
It is partially based on @Aleks G's link and @davidvc pastebin of it, however, some coordinates there are misleading. For such ones, the proper coordinates were found and the source or proof is given.
Petrova Gora (45.316426, 15.805206)
Grmeč (44.687329, 16.4376500)
Ilirska Bistrica (45.568796,14.240245)
Košute (43.627796, 16.691636)
(source and proof: photo sphere by Jeremy Blencowe from top of it)
I've been to Korenica and asked a dozen of people in the village, they say it has been torn down. You may correct me if I'm wrong. But I've spend half a day looking for the monument.
Proof (note the cirles on the pavement):
So far: it is likely not in Brezovica. This image is from Pinterest and it is annotated as "1st PARTISANS BRIGADE MONUMENT in Brezovica, Croatia", however,there is only a "Monument to Sisak Detachment" (depicted below, source Wikipedia, location 45.502663 16.458433)
UPD: as @phoog noted there are many places named Brezovica (list of them in Wikipedia). The Wikipedia article for one of them (Brezovica, Kosovo or Брезовица_(Штрпце) in Cyrillic) contains picture of the monument:
Ostra (43.911496, 20.516597)
Source and proof (geolocated photo on Panoramio):