In 1972 the architect Franc Filipčič projected a memorial plateau in Brežice with a public monument, called Punt in revolucija (Revolt and revolution). It's alslo called “Kose” (scythes) by the locals. The monument was constructed by Stojan Batič in memoriam of the farmers revolt and the battles of the Partisans. By the sharpness of the scythes turned upside down, the sculptor symbolically presents us the farmers’ revolt that was going on here in the 16th century. On the inside of the monument the deportations of the Slovene population and the Partisan Liberation fight against the German occupation in WWII is presented.