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Editorial: June - 06/06/2013

Welcome to the June editorial! Inside you'll find links to decrepit communist monuments, Nazi hotels, an abandoned Star Wars film set and the gateway to Buddhist Hell. Proceed with caution... Link Roundup I'll kick this editorial off with the usual selection of locations that I'm dying to visit... this time including an abandoned Nazi holiday complex, and a 'Jihad Theme Park' in Lebanon! Kiev's Night Towers General Kosmosa What Luke Skywalker’s Home Looks Like Today Buzzfeed The 10,000 Bedroom Nazi Hotel that was never used Amusing Planet Hezbollah's Jihad Theme Park VICE Communist Party Headquarters, Buzludzha Yomadic Bulgarian Road Trips May has mostly been a quiet month, filled with cider and sunshine. The weekend before last however, I had the great pleasure of meeting Nate Robert - the Australian writer and photographer behind inspiring travel blog Yomadic . Nate and his girlfriend were keen to see as much of Bulgaria as possible, in just five days... and with a particular interest in the country's broad selection of decaying socialist monuments. A man after my own heart. We were on the road together for three days, cruising up mountains and through thunderstorms in a hire car that Nate had picked up back in Serbia. We made it out to some of Bulgaria's most famous communist landmarks - such as Buzludzha (see Nate's excellent report here ) and the Park-Monument of the Bulgarian-Soviet Friendship - as well as dis-covering some new treasures. Needless to say, it has give...

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