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.
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
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.