Sculpture by Nandor Glid depicts skeletons hanging from barbed-wire fence

The International Monument was dedicated in 1968. A competition was held to find a design for a sculpture which would represent the suffering of the prisoners in the camp. This sculpture by Yugoslavian artist Nandor Glid represents skeletons entwined in barbed wire. The hands of the skeletons are supposed to look like the barbs on a barbed-wire fence. In the background on the right is the roof of the old service building.