[DAY 4]
Buzludzha monument – day

The day has finally come. After a few days of heavy rain, our gamble to stay in Shipka and wait out the weather has payed off. I remember waking up around 5 am and rushing outside for a cup of coffee and hopefully to see the long needed sun.

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[DAY2 pt.3] Buzludzha monument – fog

Buzludzha monument fog

In October 2017 we did a road trip across all of Bulgaria. Our main goal was to visit the Buzludzha monument (a forgotten ideological monument dedicated to the Bulgarian Communist Party). Buzludzha is a historical peak in the Central Balkan Mountains, about 1400m high.

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[DAY2 pt.1] Stara Zagora Defenders of 1877

Stara Zagora Monument 1877

As we came to Stara Zagora well after midnight, we didn’t see much of the city, only the main street. Waking up after a long night of wondering around military bases, we honestly didn’t know what to expect from this city.

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[DAY1 pt.3] The D**k Of Shumen

The dick of shumen 00

This „thing“ was literally the first building that caught our eye during our visit to Shumen. We noticed it driving through the city on our way to the Founders of the Bulgarian State Monument. It was a genuine surprise. Back in Zagreb we all spent a lot of time in front of maps, pictures, blogs

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[DAY1 pt.2] Founders of the Bulgarian State Monument

The kings and heroes of Bulgaria.

We drove around Varna trying to find the right way to Shumen. It was a bit tricky to drive around town and searching for the right way. After a brief stop to lunch, we bought a map of Bulgaria. Now we got our bearings and hunger straight.

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The Days of
Architecture in Zagreb

We and our friend and colleague photographer ŽŽivko Pletikapić were asked to create an photo exhibition for this year’s Days of Architecture in Zagreb, hosted by The Zagreb Society of Architects and the Zagreb Faculty of Architecture.

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