These historic concrete structures from the second World War are called spomeniks, a Slavic word for “monument”. Giant monuments that demand attention and exude power, the Spomeniks invade some of the most unassuming little towns in Eastern Europe. They can be found in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Albania and Bulgaria. 1. Podgaric, Croatia, 2006.
As with anything, concrete cracking can occur over time. No material, even the strongest and most durable, is immune to damage, cracking and deterioration. It is very common for concrete to crack. Unlike asphalt, concrete cracking tends to happen in a straight line as opposed to the
Concrete honeycombing essentially results in little hollow cavities left on the surface of the concrete, or right beneath it. They are a surface blemish which is usually a result of poor concrete consolidation, and are known as honeycombs due to their bees nest appearance. You could also compare the surface to cottage cheese, if you