Titomeniks is, as used in this diploma thesis, believed to be eponymous for a selection of Monuments, which can only be found in former Yugoslavia and was realized during the Tito-Era. With a mixture of monumental brutalism and organic nativeness this memorial architecture cause an unusual fascination. Almost entirely in remembrance of the Partisan-battles or victims of concentration camps, Titomeniks were built location-specifically. According to that, mostly they are deep in woods, secluded, almost hidden. During the time of their construction (1950-1990), these monument in a nar- row sense were used as a political instrument for identity formation. Tito used the Spomeniks and their surrounding parks as platforms for speeches and announcements. Besides political staging, the Monument-Complexes served as public space for picnics, family and school trips. The socialist system originating and establishing this identity-forming memorial architecture, is since Titos death not existend anymore. Today, 26 Years after disintegrating of Yugoslavia, that is certainly one of the reasons why numerous of these monuments decay, is destroyed on purpose or became victim of façade-robbery. Since then, Titomeniks are in some type of vacuum, because their direct, political base and the resulting legitimation are gone. So what is happening today?