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The most famous Bulgarian sculptor Andrey Nikolov created a unique monument. It is dedicated to the victims in the Serbo-Bulgarian War of 1885. An English journalist who visited Vidin, wrote in this connection: "Bulgaria has a monument of victory...more
It is a monument to the dead from the Serbo-Bulgarian War. Unlike most War memorials which tend to have striking poses of soldiers this one shows the sadness of war with a soldier almost lying down. There is not a whole lot to see.
It's the only one. A must-see. Usually that type of monuments are filled with glory, but here is an alternative case. It is the only monument in the world that does not glorify the winners but expresses grief and sadness because of the fratricidal conflict...More