The House-Monument of the Bulgarian Communist Party


Whoa, I just found out about this! What a spectacularly beautiful building! It looks like a flying saucer. This was built in 1981 and was used by the Bulgarian Communist Party for various types of gatherings including award ceremonies, educational and diplomatic events. Sadly, eight years later it was abandoned and now lies in a serious state of disrepair.


Below are some websites that contain more pictures and information about the Buzludzha Monument as it is currently known. Ignore the negativity and enjoy the pictures and historical info.

Wikipedia – Buzludzha

The Buzludzha Monument

Daily Mail article

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4 Responses to The House-Monument of the Bulgarian Communist Party

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  2. beetleypete says:

    I love this wonderful example of ‘Brutalist’ architecture. I have visited Bulgaria, but never got to see it. There are some good examples in London, that I used to enjoy when I lived there.
    And this one that I saw in Prague.
    It’s a real pity that the Bulgarians have let their fantastic monument slide into decay.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. beetleypete says:

    I have contacted the website, and urged that the Communist connections are maintained. Otherwise, it is like trying to wallpaper over history!
    Regards, Pete.

  4. Prole Center says:

    Good idea, Pete. I’ll do the same.

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