This sculpture shows 2 fishermen, pulling in a net out of the
You can find this sculpture in the left corner of the 4. prison cell foundation under a tree.
The exact GPS-coordinates are:
N 44°50,31' / E 014°49,25'
This hint told me Damir F., who deals with souvenirs on Goli-Otok.
Acc to latest information's, this sculpture was done in
1950 by professor Rudolf Schlick. Rudolf Schlick educated at the academy of
art in Zagreb.
|I found these letters in the printing house, located in the industrial area (Pristaniste 1).|
I found this chart in a storage. It records in- and outgoing
inventories of a cheese called "Sir Biser" between 1. January 1971 and 09.
(last entry is on the back)
Interesting are the entrees between the 21. and the 30. of January (written in red).
11 pieces were counted at 21. Jan., but 163 were spent at 24., 518 were spent at 26. and another 52 pieces were spent on the 30. of January.
The incoming of 1800 pieces is then dated back to the 20. of January...???
A picture postcard from Pula I found anywhere in a basement.
Acc to latest information's (many thanks to Lydi) this
postcard was sent by a guy called Sandro.
This postcard was sent within the 80ies, which can be recognized on the stamp which was used:
Walter U. wrote me:
Vladimir K. wrote me:
(c) W.J. Ungerank
This goodie was sent to me by W.J. Ungerank:
"...When I visited Goli I found this star.
(c) Cyrus Kegel
|This picture of a room for musicians was taken in 1990, in other words directly after Golis relinquishment. At that time a lot of instruments were lying around.|
(c) Boris Halapir
Very interesting pics where sent by Boris Halapir. They are
showing a room, Spartan equipped like a solitary cell. It is located in the
rear of a building within the industrial area.
The walls are laced with red painted dashes, maybe representing days.
But in my opinion, this is not a real counting. The dashes are looking as if they were made all at once, furthermore they don't seem to be weathered.
I assume that this room is part of an art project, of which I had seen several in the past.
Also the bed seems to be obtrusive staged.
However, hints about the background are always welcome.
Thanks a lot to Boris Halapir for these well done shots.
|Just behind the headquarter (Area Quarter and Catering) I found this tool. It is made of a spiral drill sticking in a piece of a four cornered shaft of aluminum. The shaft is wrapped with isolated copper wire. It is more likely that this tool was used as a wall tie where the wire was tightened on. It appears less likely that this tool was used for escaping reasons.|
Close to the firing ranges is a pile of rubble located,
mainly containing bricks and pan tiles, but nevertheless I also found
this relict there.
It is a bottle for urine which was surely used in the nearby medical area respectively quarantine office.