Unknown Soldier

  Alexander Nevsky Square     more than a year ago
On the southern side of Sveta Sofia church watched over by a majestic bronze lion, there is a granite tomb, containing  bones of soldiers who died for their fatherland and soil from historical places in Bulgaria. The tombstone behind the eternal flame is said to have been brought from the Shipka Peak and bears an inscription from Ivan Vazov’s famous poem:“It was for you Bulgaria they perished For you alone this sacrifice they madeTo you their motherland they were a credit”


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