Hole near mine Saint Anna in Pernik, which was one of the working sites for the prisoners from the nearby camps.
The only remaining building on the site of forced labour camp Sunny Beach, Lovech.
Peiko Gechev Peikov, spent 15 years in forced labour camps and prisons around the country.
A bush in the quarry Sunny Beach, where Kolio Vutev sees a friend of his dying, 2017.
A wave in river Osam, Lovech.
The house of Peiko Gechev, Lovech.
Ivan Semkov, a survivor from camp Belene who successfully escaped but was later caught and sent to a few prisons.
A room in the building on the site of forced labour camp Belene, island Persin.
Sunny Beach forced labour camp, Lovech.
Petar Nikolov, escaped from Bulgaria, but soon was caught and sentenced to two and a half year in Sofia Central Prison. Later on he managed to escape again along with his partner, with the help of State Security and reached Loveland, Colorado.
Mural on an old cinema in Lovech, built by the inmates of the near by forced labour camp, Lovech.
The council building in Lovech, built by inmates of camp Sunny Beach and the reason for the camp to collapse.
Tsetso, a witness of the atrocities committed near Lovech.
Inside of island Persin, Belene.
An electric pole near Bogdanov dol camp & mine, Pernik.
Marina and Vasil Nikolovi, heirs of repressed families.
The first quarry, Lovech.
Near the mass grave of the People's Court Victims in Lovech.
Kolio Vutev, a survivor from camp Sunny Beach.
Watch tower, forced labour camp Belene, island Persin.
Family photograph, Sunny Beach.
Danube River and the islands in the distance.
Veselin Topalov, Lovech.
The rocks in Sunny Beach quarry.
Moskovska 5, where the State Secret Police used to be based, Sofia.
The pavement in front of cinema Geo Milev, Plovdiv.