When Milena Marinkovic died three years ago, she left her husband Milan a letter explaining the reason for her strange request. She didn't want Milan looking at other women after she died.
The letter said: "I don't want you chasing other women. This way you will always remember me."
Milena left detailed instructions, including photos of her vagina, to ensure complete accuracy.
However, her husband had a difficult time finding a stonecutter who would agree to the job, as most he asked said the request was "blasphemous".
The 72-year-old recently found a stonemason who was finally willing to do the tombstone engraving, and he is pleased with the final result.
"Now it's finished, I love it and it's a really good likeness," he told the Austrian Times. "And this way, a part of her will always be with me."
Although many people have seen the tombstone, most can't tell that the etching is of a vagina.
Milan recalled his brother-in-law asking why the bird on her tombstone had such a large beak, saying: "I couldn't help but laugh."
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