In Bulgaria, the Buzludzha Monument sits 1441 meters high, on the historic site of the final battle between Bulgarian rebels and the Ottoman Empire in 1868. It was built in 1981, to commemorate the secret meetings of the Bulgarian Social Democratic Party. Which led by Dimitar Blagoev, met in the area to during the parties inception. Abandoned since 1991, it now stands decayed and falling into ruins.
"The village of Cherrapunji, located in the state of Meghalaya, in India is known as the wettest place in the world due to the elevation and torrential monsoons.
The village is also known for its “Living Bridges.” Amazingly, the villagers have constructed a system of bridges using living trees, roots and vines. Over a period of years—they train tree roots along hollowed out betel-nut tree trunks, crossing spans, and rejoining soil on the opposite side. Once the bridges are ready for use, the villagers put dirt and stepping stones on the bridge for easier passage. It is said that the bridges can hold up to fifty people”