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This is a small monument to the Unknown Warrior located adjacent to the St Sophia church. There is a nice looking lion statue there also (although this isn't actually part of the monument to the Unknown Warrior as far as I could tell).
This monument is tucked away, don't blink or you will miss it. Sadly, when I walked past most of the other tourists were taking selfies; with the Bulgarian Lion who is meant to be guarding the monument.
The monument commemorates thousands of Bulgarian soldiers who...More
This monument is dedicated to the many soldiers who died in a war and remain unidentified. It's adjacent to the oldest cathedral/basilica in Sofia and sits in what is one of the oldest areas of the city whence the city was founded centuries ago. It's...More
This monument is in the middle of the park. The park leaves much to be desired. For being summer it wasn’t green... but that’s for another review. The monument towers over the city as if to say “remember those who have passed” and calls your...More
The monument is a touching symbol for many Bulgarians, but for tourists in general it's unfortunately just "another" eternal flame and a statue of lion good enough to make a picture.
It can not be missed, as it's situated between Al-r Nevsky Cathedral and Sofia...More