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Forget Your Past

The Buzludzha monument is one of Bulgarias most interesting and the largest communist era buildings. Opened in 1891 by the Bulgarian communist regime to commemorate the battle between Bulgarian rebels and Stefan Karadzha and the Turks.

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Forget your Past

Travel photographer Timothy Allen’s Forget Your Past series has him shooing a huge snow storm off his back

Monumento Buzludzha Inauguracion

Bulgaria, Communists celebrate the opening of the Buzludha Monument, commemorating the anniversary of the Bulgarian Communist Party’s founding, back in

姐御-anego- on

When wanderlust meets adrenaline 8 of the most eerily attractive and abandoned places of the world

The Buzludzha Monument- come the Apocalypse, this is my home!

Buzludzha Memorial, Bulgaria - the Eastern European Communists had some of the coolest art and architecture - sometimes it was so ugly it was beautiful

Abandoned Soviet architecture photographed by Rebecca Litchfield

Photographer Rebecca Litchfield travelled to nine countries that were part of Soviet Union or accepted as satellite states for her book 'Soviet Ghosts'. This picture was taken at Buzludzha, in Bulgaria

ブルガリアの山あいにある巨大円盤形の廃墟。

Forget your Past

Forget Your Past - Timothy Allen in Buzludzha, Bulgaria. Buzludha is Bulgaria’s largest ideological monument to Communism. In Bulgaria’s bloodless revolution ended with the disbandment of the Bulgarian Communist Party. Buzludha was left to ruin.

Rest hole in the University of Seoul / UTAA

Rest hole in the University of Seoul / UTAA

Built by UTAA in Seoul, South Korea with date Images by Jin Hyo-suk. The first floor of the dormitory in University of Seoul was originally an empty parking lot. An area enclosed by colu.

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Discover Buzludzha Monument in Kazanlak, Bulgaria: An abandoned saucer-shaped monument in the Bulgarian mountains.