Another memorial was built in Bosnia by the same sculptor who designed Croatia's, with segments meant to symbolise light and darkness.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

A selection of some of the most bizarre buildings to survive the fall of the Soviet Union in countries like Croatia, Georgia, and Bulgaria.

This resort in Ukraine combines two late Soviet architectural trends: Constructing things off the ground, and buildings that look slightly like UFOs.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

From ski lodges to hotel hideaways these holiday resorts are concrete havens

In St. Petersburg, the Russian State Scientific Center for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics looks a bit like some sort of Satanist temple.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

Strange Buildings Had Remained Since Soviet Generation Whom See Have To Praise

In Chisinau, Moldova, this ugly 1981 circus is now completely abandoned.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

Twenty thousand leave orphanages each year but few cope. In Moscow, a number of organizatons are trying to help them survive.

This building in Georgia originally housed the Ministry of Highways and almost looks like it has been Photoshopped. It's now occupied by a commercial bank.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

A selection of some of the most bizarre buildings to survive the fall of the Soviet Union in countries like Croatia, Georgia, and Bulgaria.

This radio building in Bratislava, Slovakia, took 16 years to build — mostly because it's basically upside down.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

Soviet Brutalist buildings from the century - Business Insider

Bulgaria's Shumen monument, built in 1981, is a strange and enormous concrete sculpture dedicated to the country's history, with cubist figures hundreds of feet high dotted around.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

Bulgaria's Shumen monument, built in is a strange and enormous concrete sculpture dedicated to the country's history, with cubist figures hundreds of feet high dotted around.

The Makedonium is a memorial built in the 1970s to commemorate a revolt against Ottoman rule in the early 1900s, and it's pretty bizarre.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

Gallery of AD Classics: Makedonium / Jordan Grabulovski + Iskra Grabulovski - 7

The Forum Hotel in Krakow, Poland, is another example of how 1970s communist architects simply couldn't resist lifting ugly buildings off the ground.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

The Forum Hotel in Krakow, Poland, is another example of how communist architects simply couldn't resist lifting ugly buildings off the ground.

The enormous UFO-like spiritual home of the Bulgarian communist party stands on a peak in Buzludzha, a mountainous part of the country.

The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

Discover Buzludzha Monument in Kazanlak, Bulgaria: An abandoned saucer-shaped monument in the Bulgarian mountains.

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The 13 most bizarre Soviet-era buildings that are still standing today

Podgaric Spomenik – The Abandoned Sculpture to the Revolution of the People.The Monument to the Revolution of the people of Moslavina or just the Monument to the Revolution is located in Podgaric, Berek, Croatia.

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