A Soviet Army monument has been spray-painted pink in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia

A Soviet Army monument has been spray-painted pink in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia. Words written below the statue in Bulgarian/Czech language translate as ''Bulgaria Apologises''. This comes on the anniversary of the 'The Prague Spring', a period of political liberalisation in Czechoslovakia during the era of its domination by the Soviet Union after World War II. It is not known who is behind the vandalism. - Sofia, Bulgaria - Wednesday 21st August 2013 (4 Pictures)


A Soviet Army, Bulgarian and Sofia 1

A Soviet Army, Bulgarian and Sofia
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A Soviet Army, Bulgarian and Sofia 2

A Soviet Army, Bulgarian and Sofia
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A Soviet Army, Bulgarian and Sofia 3

A Soviet Army, Bulgarian and Sofia
Photo credit: Impact Press Group


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A Soviet Army, Bulgarian and Sofia 4

A Soviet Army, Bulgarian and Sofia
Photo credit: Impact Press Group


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