The Pristina (Kosovo) Municipality has decided to demolish the "Brotherhood and Unity" Monument to make way for the redesign of the area into a new "Adem Jashari Square."
The Brotherhood and Unity Monument was inaugurated in 1961, while Josep Broz Tito was the leader of the still-intact Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Rooted in the center of the square are the three sky-high pillars -- which join together at the peak -- with each pillar symbolizing a member of the brotherhood of Yugoslavia with Kosovo-Albanians, Serbs, and Montenegrins.
The Brotherhood of Unity Monument became a key tourist destination alongside the Youth and Sports Palace, but the square has become ragged in recent years.
Tito -- who did an excellent job of assimilating all Yugoslavians into one harmonious and friendly nation as the country's leader from 1943 to 1980 -- must be turning in his grave!