The Buzludzha Mountain is considered a communist shrine of Bulgarian Communists. This is not just a selected place; it is a historical feature, which later was turned into a place of worship.
Sure thing, the combination of the words “shrine” and “communism” sounds quite unusual, so we will call this architectural structure a monument. Its construction took about 7 years, and was opened in 1981; exactly at the 1300th anniversary of the Bulgarian state. This is not just a monumental building; now this dilapidated temple of communism looks like a post-apocalyptic picture. If you’re going to travel to Bulgaria, make sure to check out this place. It’s worth it.