In Eastern Europe, Bulgania bordered President Valga's nation, and in the early 1950s it undertook a highway-building project. The construction involved some explosive demolition, which precipitated a rock slide, which wiped out a little-known landmark, Galwain Castle, and most or all of its inhabitants.
The geopolitical alignment of Bulgania in the 1950s, with respect to the then-intensifying Cold War, is not known.
Points of Interest
- modern highway system
- former site of Galwain Castle