This resort in Ukraine combines two late Soviet architectural trends: Constructing things off the ground, and buildings that look slightly like UFOs.
Another memorial was built in Bosnia by the same sculptor who designed Croatia's, with segments meant to symbolise light and darkness.
In St. Petersburg, the Russian State Scientific Center for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics looks a bit like some sort of Satanist temple.
In Chisinau, Moldova, this ugly 1981 circus is now completely abandoned.
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.
This radio building in Bratislava, Slovakia, took 16 years to build — mostly because it's basically upside down.
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.
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The Forum Hotel in Krakow, Poland, is another example of how communist architects simply couldn't resist lifting ugly buildings off the ground.
Discover Buzludzha Monument in Kazanluk, Bulgaria: An abandoned saucer-shaped monument in the Bulgarian mountains.