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Photos of Cold War Bunker Sites

An unexpected number of abandoned WWII bunkers still remain in Europe today.


We hope you’ve loved exploring the abandoned Russian bunker. We hope you’ve enjoyed meeting new people and staying warm in the 200 sq ft room! Thank you again for booking with us after all you’ve endured. Have a happy journey & safe travels.

The Urban Explorers will begin their exciting adventure exploring the abandoned World War II bunker. Today they will enter into the maze of hallways. Are you following them on their adventure?

Hi, your abandoned Cold War Russian Nuclear Bunker Urban Exploration ticket is on the way! The video from your visit will be up on our site by tomorrow morning.

You have an exclusive opportunity to visit an abandoned World War II bunker with Urban Explorers. Please book your spot in advance at

We are pleased to inform you about the unique opportunity to explore more than 10 abandoned WWII military bunkers. Learn more at

Your exploration has been completed. Unfortunately, there was no secret bunker. We apologize for the inconvenience.

This is to confirm that your bunker project will be moving forward. After signing up, your bunker will be completed to the standards requested. We wish you good luck, sir.

You have indeed chosen a bunker to purchase. Please send us a picture of the hole included in the purchase. Let us know when you’re ready for delivery on this bunker.

Your booking for the Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned World War II Bunker has been accepted. See you soon.

kubkory says :
Thank you for your interest in our location in abandoned cold war nuclear bunker in the heart of the streets in East London. Please complete our online form with all your details so we can email you once your adventure is confirmed.

Thank you for your purchase. We’re working on getting all our pictures up. Just email for a free digital copy of our Photo Tour of Superpower Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites we were showing at the Museum of Us.

Have you ever explored the abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker? You can take this opportunity now with us. Go in and explore the well-supplied bunker. If you have any questions about the bunker, please contact us in the email. Let’s have a great time in the bunker!

Thank you for choosing to explore abandoned cold war nuclear bunker. We hope you will discover the rich history and history-making within. Your tour guide is on their way, so we’ll see you soon.

I’m sure the bunkers and the WWII will be explored in this exciting project.

Ksxfwrcw says :
Thank you for your share! We love sharing our info on these sites. If you want to download the “Nuclear Bunkers” article, it is available for a 10% discounted purchase price of US$299.

Hi, your reservation for the Urban Explorers’ Discovery tour of a WW2 bunker in Berlin, Germany is confirmed. Your experience dates are confirmed for next week between Sunday, January 3rd and Saturday, January 9th, 2018.

Here’s a little more from your story: during World War II, Nazi’s famously turned the bunkers into living quarters.

Thank you for your interest in the Abandoned Cold War and WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers. We will confirm your reservation within 24 hours.

We apologize for any confusion about our website. Our website’s content covers only bunkers and abandoned places.

Thank you for your interest in “World War II Abandoned Places: Explore More than Bunkers.” It’s a passion project and we would love to hear more about it. We look forward to hearing from you soon

Thank you for your interest in the former bunkers of World War 2. We are sorry to say there is no better time to secure these bunkers. They are now overrun by wildlife.

Thank you for your interest in World War II Abandoned Places. We hope the information in our book gives you a unique look into the history of World War II bunkers and abandoned ruins. We also hope you take a read of the “About the Book” to learn more about the project. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.

Welcome to the Soviet Cold War Bunker! Here is a quick overview of the items you’ll be able to find in the bunker. How to get in: in order to be able to enter the bunker, you have to have a key that is in a guard’s inventory. You can also craft a key in any crafting table, don’t worry, you’ll get one. The Forbidden Keys item will

Thank you for your purchase. Please view the below attachment to see the museums that are included in the study guide. We hope you get to explore more than just bunkers!

Thanks for thinking about joining us for this exciting mission. We’re thrilled to hear you’re thinking about exploring this secret abandoned bunker deep in the heart of the city. To join the mission, use the form in the confirmation email and we’ll let you know in about 24 hours.

Congratulations, you’re the owner of an abandoned cold war nuclear bunker! Your property includes an empty cafeteria, plenty of ammunition, and 4 underground nuke bunkers. I hope you’re prepared for some urban exploration! Please insert your email address below to claim your property.

Your purchase of Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers is confirmed. Please see our mailing list for more info on when your order will be delivered.

kubkory says :
Thank you for your purchase of the Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers ebook! Enjoy the imagery that will give you the chills.

Thanks for reaching out about an Urbex experience! We do have a fully stocked Soviet bunker in our active bunker. We have a few slots available soon so please let us know if you would like to reserve a spot.

Thank you for your interest in this urban exploration project. The urban expedition is in process and the bunker is only accessible with the consent of the Franklin County. To contact the Franklin County, check out their contact information below. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

We have a full stock of provisions in the bunker. Due to the uncertainty of the weather, there is a chance that God will descend from the sky and bring prosperity to the people of Siberia!

Your place in is ready for you to explore the unknown! Your fully stocked abandoned Soviet bunker awaits you in the basement. Remember, don’t forget to take a full day for exploring and stick to the KGB-sanctioned rules in the not-so-illustrated hardcover for a complete, fully immersive experience. We hope you have a safe exploration!

It was a pleasure to meet you. We hope you enjoyed your time and learned a lot about abandoned Cold War nuclear bunkers and urban exploration. If you’re still intrigued by this topic make sure to check out the below links:

Your registration for Urban Explorers is complete. We can’t wait to meet you in the bunker!

Thanks for checking out these WW2 bunker photos! But, what you don’t see is the story that goes with them. A soldier named Baldomero Ruiz hid in the bunkers with his family. After escaping the blockade, Baldomero had his family, documents, and more stuffed into these bunkers for protection. He was eventually rescued by the French Resistance.

I’m so glad you found A Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. Your membership is about to start. We’ll be in touch to help you get everything set up.

Here is a photo from our insider from Europe. Did you find any bunkers during your visit?

World War II Abandoned Places explores all of the history that went into the bunkers that were never used in the armed conflict.

Thank you for your interest in a photographic tour of abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. It is going to be a fantastic adventure! We look forward to receiving you in our little home.

You found some interesting pictures of abandoned WWII bunkers. I hope you enjoy the collection!

I’m happy that you’re interested in learning about Cold War Bunker Sites. I promise you’ll hear even more about this project, and hear about it soon.

Hi, we’re emailing to confirm your order and confirm your delivery details. The bunker photos will be sent to you in the next few hours. Your delivery address is [name].

Thank you for purchasing a photographic tour of abandoned Cold War bunkers. Your tour is now being prepared for shipment. Expect it within the next few days.

Your brainchild, the Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned World War II Bunker has been emailed to you. You can now begin exploring your world.

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