The monuments of three emblematic Bulgarian writers-Iordan Radichkov, Luben Dilov and the poetic phenomenon of Burgas Petia Dubarova ,will be presented to the public tomorrow (March 26th) in the Cyrillic Alphabet Yard near the town of Pliska. A bust monument of the yakutian writer Eksekuleeh Eleksey will be placed beside them as well. On this occasion, visits in Cyrillic Alphabet Yard tomorrow from 2PM will be free of charge. The guests of the ground opening will be able to enjoy unique Bulgarian and yakutian musical and dance performances.
The three new monuments are located on The Writers' Alley, which presents artists from different cultures and religions, who wrote in Cyrillic.
You can see what else is in the Cyrillic Alphabet Yard here: