Monuments

In the village of Gumstnik, in the courtyard of “St. Nicholas Letni” Church, is the only monument to the Bulgarians who died when the ship “Titanic” sank in the Atlantic Ocean. It is assumed that on the ship had 38 people from Bulgaria, 8 of them were from the village. The monument is raised with donations by the relatives of the dead.
The monument to the founder of the Bulgarian sociology and social psychology Ivan Hadzhiyski rises in front of the old Turkish administrative building (Konaka), which today houses the exposition "Revival" of the Troyan Museum. The monument is opened in 2012 and its authors are the sculptor Boris Borisov and the architect Plamen Tsanev. Hadzhiyski is sculptured on a bicycle by which he traveled around Bulgaria to collect materials for his…
Troyan Monument to all who lost their lives in the wars from 1912 - 1913, 1915 - 1918, 1941 - 1945. It is dedicated to the heroism of the soldiers of the 34th Troyan Infantry Regiment, who died in the wars. The momument is situated in a landscaped and well-kept garden about 200 m from the center of the town (Villa "Vanna"). Monument to Dimitar Ikonomov-Dimitritkata (born in Troyan) a…
Near the Troyan Pass is the Monument “Arch of Liberty” - on Goraltepe (1595 m) peak, located 15 minutes east of the highest point of the Beklemeto Pass. The monument is a massive structure of concrete with a height of 35 meters. The arch is dedicated to the "Russian and Soviet Liberators". There is a narrow asphalt road to the south side of the ridge. The monument is on a…

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