I recall reading a blog post, possibly on a travel blog about unusual place names, depicting a sign for "Ulica Josip Broz Tito Pedofila".
Here's what I remember:
- the blog post was in English
- it included a picture of the sign
- the sign was in Roman letters and said something like "Ulica Josip Broz Tito Pedofila". I don't remember the precise spelling or word order.
- the post included an anecdote about why the sign was there. Something like, they couldn't get consensus in the local government to rename an existing Tito Street (he's a controversial and divisive historical figure who led Yugoslavia for years), but they had enough support to name a new one something insulting
- I think it was in Slovenia, but it could be somewhere else in the region
Google has failed me and I can't find any trace of this blog post or other information about the street. Did it really exist? Can anyone provide more information?
I'm not interested in:
- Other streets or landmarks named after Tito. There are many listed on Wikipedia
- Whether Tito really was a paedophile, either by today's or historical standards. There's plenty of information out there on this subject.
- Whether Tito should generally be remembered as a hero or a tyrant.