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Monument to the partisan

The monument dedicated to the partisan movement stands near Bratska Mogila in Borisova Gradina in Sofia. It's a stone sculpture depicting a partisan embracing two children, symbolizing the sacrifice and dedication of those involved in the resistance before September...

Wall of Bulgarian glory

The "Wall of Bulgarian Glory" near the "Peace and Friendship" Sports Complex in the "Student City" of the capital is an exceptional tribute to renowned Bulgarian athletes and artists. Established in the year 2000, this wall features imprints of famous Bulgarian...

Bust-monument of Hadji Dimitar

The monument in Boris Garden commemorates the legacy of Dimitar Nikolov Assenov, revered as Hadji Dimitar, a prominent Bulgarian voivode. His remarkable life was tragically cut short at the young age of 28 during a fierce battle against Ottoman forces. Hristo Botev,...

Monument to Yordan Yovkov

The monument to Yordan Stefanov Yovkov, a revered figure in Bulgarian literature, graces the Boris garden. Yovkov, who lived from 1880 to 1937, holds an esteemed place as a Bulgarian literary classic. Universally acknowledged, he was unanimously elected to the...

Bas-relief of Hristo Smirnenski

Hristo Smirnenski, a pivotal figure in Bulgarian poetry, is commemorated with a memorial plaque featuring a bas-relief on the facade of a residential building situated at "Journalist" Square. Born on September 17, 1898, in Kukous, which was part of the Ottoman Empire...

Yordan Radichkov monument

Yordan Dimitrov Radichkov stands as a luminary in Bulgarian literature, renowned for his unique style rooted in magical realism that defies the norms of traditional fiction. His alternative approach to storytelling has garnered immense interest, earning him two Nobel...

Bust-monument of Georgi Benkovski

The monument in Boris Garden pays tribute to Georgi Benkovski (born Gavril Gruev Hlutev), a prominent Bulgarian revolutionary known for his leadership and pivotal role in the April Uprising of 1876. Positioned within the city of Sofia, this monument commemorates...

Memorial plaque of Gen. Gurko

The plaque commemorates Joseph Vladimirovich Gurko (Romeiko-Gurko), a notable Russian military figure, Field Marshal General, and count. Renowned for his pivotal role in the Russo-Turkish War of Liberation from 1877 to 1878, Gurko made significant contributions during...

Bust-monument of Georgi Karaslavov

Georgi Slavov Karaslavov, an esteemed Bulgarian writer, novelist, and dramatist, served as the General Secretary and Chairman of the Union of Bulgarian Writers from 1958 to 1962. Acknowledged for his immense literary contributions, Karaslavov remains a significant...