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Buzludzha

BuzludzhaNearby City

4.6/512 Reviews
"Historical Site"
"Monument"
Open 24 hours (Local time)
真的在一起的时候
"The Bulgarian flying saucer is located on the top of Bulgaria’s historic Buzludzha mountain (meaning glacier in Turkish) at an altitude of 1441 meters. The mountain occupies an important position in Bulgaria’s modern history. It is the site and battlefield of many historical events. The Ice Peak Monument is built by Bulgaria The Communist regime was built to commemorate the socialist movement organized by the socialist leader Dimitar Blagoev in the region in 1891 (Russia and Bulgaria joined forces to resist Turkish aggression on this hilltop). It was officially opened and opened in 1981, and it is also a podium. The potential intention is to remind people that the former Soviet Union is a good friend of Bulgaria. This "flying saucer" was a national landmark back then. Leaders gave speeches inside the "flying saucer", and tens of thousands of people gathered in the square outside. However, the building did not last long in the hands of the Bulgarian communist regime, but the building itself was also tofu, and due to well-known reasons, it was turned into a dangerous building within a few years and then turned into ruins. Seeing the pictures when it was built that year really gives people a feeling of red flags blowing in the west. The overall shape of the monument is sci-fi, with exquisite decorations of Bulgarian history and tradition. Its overall style seems to be loved even today. However, with the preservation of the Communist Party After the fall, the monument became a sign of failure. No one was responsible for the maintenance and management of the monument."
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