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Varna Municipality

Varna Municipality

Municipality building in Varna, Bulgaria. Completed in 1981. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Border Sign

Border Sign

Border marker on the outskirts of Novi Zagora, a town in southeastern Bulgaria. Socialist-era monument in the former Eastern Bloc.

Ivan Vazov Community Centre

Ivan Vazov Community Centre

Mosaic on the wall of the Ivan Vazov Community Centre in Sopot, Bulgaria. Completed in 1984. Socialist artwork in the former Eastern Bloc.

CBA Supermarket

CBA Supermarket

CBA Supermarket (former Kino Orbita) in Kavarna, Bulgaria. Completed in 1974. Modernist, Socialist architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Monument to the Soviet Army

Monument to the Soviet Army

Monument to the Soviet Army in the small town of Antonovo, northeast Bulgaria. Socialist-era monument in the former Eastern Bloc.

Hristo Botev Community Centre

Hristo Botev Community Centre

Hristo Botev Community Centre​ in Kalofer, a small town in central Bulgaria. Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Shumen Grand Hotel

Shumen Grand Hotel

The Shumen Grand Hotel in Shumen, central Bulgaria. Completed in 1989. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Freedom Monument

Freedom Monument

Freedom Monument at Shipka Pass in central Bulgaria. Completed in 1934 by sculptor Aleksandar Andreev. War memorial in the former Eastern Bloc.

Festival and Congress Centre

Festival and Congress Centre

Festival and Congress Centre in Varna, Bulgaria. Completed in 1986. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Monument to General Major Tsvetko Radon

Monument to General Major Tsvetko Radon

Monument to General Major Tsvetko Radon in Kran, Bulgaria. Completed in 1985 by sculptor Dimitar Austin. Socialist-era monument in the former Eastern Bloc.

Municipality Hall

Municipality Hall

Municipality Hall (formerly Communist Party House) in Shumen, Bulgaria. Completed in 1970. Modernist, Socialist-era architecture in the former Eastern Bloc.

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