Ever since we posted about Spomenik, we've been a little obsessed with the architectural relics of the Cold War era. It's no surprise that we got captivated by the story of the Fallen Restaurant. A seaside restaurant in Bulgaria, Galata was a one-time hotspot that opened in the late Sixties. It thrived as a destination perched high above the water on a sheer cliff, complete with breathtaking views of the port and city across the water. A late-night landslide forced Galata to close when the luxurious patio crumbled nto the water back in 1997, dooming the restaurant.
Now this 1960's-era structure has been stripped of its plumbing and wiring by scavengers, covered in graffiti and serves mostly as a favorite haunt of Bulgaria's urban explorers. Check it out!
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