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Other Villa Izvor (Sept. 2018)

Tomvandutch

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After the main road there are about 5 kilometers in the forest and all the time uphill. After about 1.5 kilometers you saw a sign pointing to a private road. We live on until a barrier blocked the road. We then covered the last kilometer on foot.

In the middle of the last century political prisoners had a horseshoe-shaped, stately building code-named "99". The villa was found deep in the forest on top of a mountain. It is said that Tito loved hunting in this region. He probably stopped hunting for prey in his splendid construction work. The following rights were 5 years and were preserved in 1953 and was named "Villa Izvor".

War provided for relaxation: A cinema, a bowling alley and a billiard room were part of the property's equipment. In the chaos of the Yugoslav civil war from 1991 to 1995, the building was initially hit by Serbian defeats.

Reserve the left side of the main war for Tito. There were quite a few rooms here and of course the best view. In the right wing there were 20 apartments for guests and officials. The service staff took care of looking after themselves and waging war in the area. This ensured that the confidential discussions did not penetrate below.
An elevator went straight from Tito's private suite to his study.

The main room is the entrance via a large, curved marble staircase to the right.
It was more of an atrium with other windows that opened up a view of the beautiful landscape.

Allegedly Tito only discussed the property 5 times.
The last visit is said to have been in 1980.

Croatian President Stjepan Mesić has left the villa that has lost his rights and the war that they are losing again. Unfortunately, nothing has come of this to this day and the formerly magnificent building has continued to change.

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