In 1949, an island off the coast of Croatia was turned into a prison. Until 1956, Goli Otok was used for political prisoners, and apologists of Joseph Stalin. Goli Otok was finally shut down in 1988, and has been left to decay. These days, it serves only as an occasional destination for tourists.
This abandoned island prison remains as a reminder of struggles in the past.
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