Blashko Gabric, a resident of Vojvodina (a region in Serbia), was very unhappy about the fact that the republic of Yugoslavia was wiped off the map of the world. However, he did not give way to despair, but gave that name to the plot of land of three hectares, that he owned. Gabric offered every Yugoslavia-nostalgic person to obtain the new citizenship. As the man said, he received dozens of letters, in which people asked him to grant them the “Yugoslavian” citizenship. Gabric was rather inspired with that, so he proclaimed himself the first president of the new Yugoslavia. He also ordered several border stones at a local bricklayer’s, as well as 30 thousand Yugoslav flags of Josip Broz Tito era presidency.
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