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I visited the Samara Flag monument during my visit to Bulgaria. It towers over the city of Stara Zagora and is an important reminder of the history of Bulgaria and the city of Stara Zagora. I would definitely recommend to visit the monument to others...More
I really enjoyed the whole concept of the monument. It has a nice view and you can simply chill with your friends and hang out. The place is really meaningful and preserves the bulgarian history from its hardest points - during the turkish slavery.
The monument of the eminent Samaritan flag and magnificent soldiers rises to the city to be seen and to remember their feat.
It needs a little more support and signs in languages other than Bulgarian, but it is still majestic.
The view from here to...More
This is how things were done before the counter-revolution of 1989 swept over Bulgaria and drowned it in kitch and filth. The monument has an exquisite architectural form and is in the brutalist style, using concrete and metal.
Nowadays it is sadly neglected, with weeds...More
This is the biggest monument in Stara Zagora from the communism in Bulgaria last century. It was renovated last year and looks amazing now. But you have to check the history and the meaning of the monument. And of course, a nice place for couples...More
When in town I always like to come here.
Very impressive monument, surrounded with a great feeling of justice.
The monument is build in remembrance of the many soldiers and volounteers who died in the Russian-Turkish war of 1877. At first the Russians weren't keen...More
Samara Flag Monument is a majestic symbol of the heroic liberation of Bulgaria, and the contribution and suffering of the people of Stara Zagora. It is has an impressive architecture, and is built on a hill giving a stunning view of the town.