Abandoned cold war bunker, urban exploration

World War II Abandoned Places explores more than bunkers.
Atlantikwall Regelbau L480 - Radar Bunker with Socket for Wassermann S Radar

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Did you enjoy the blog post about the abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker? We think we captured it pretty well, we’re looking for more urban explorers to help us take it to the next level and document the lives of the inhabitants. What was your favorite part about the blog post?

Thank you for signing up for the Cold War Bunker Tour! We’re preparing to send you a custom email with more information and a link to your personalized itinerary. You can also find us at the bottom of the page and contact us to start planning your trip.

We’ve received your request, but our restrictions of the Urban Site of the Week policy prohibit us from showing you any pics or videos of the bunker, so unfortunately, your request will not be able to be confirmed.

Let’s start this tour with some photos of the old bunkers. Please enjoy the next few videos and photos of the old bunkers.

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Thank you for purchasing one of our Military bunker places. We’re glad to see you’re interested in further security despite you not being in the military anymore. Can’t wait to hear from you!

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As mentioned in our customer service guidelines, no refunds will be given after the purchase. Thank you for your purchase from Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers. We at Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers hope your images turn out just as you planned.

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Welcome to the Soviet interior of one of the last standing abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunkers in the northern hemisphere. The bunker will be fully stocked when you arrive with all necessary equipment for your stay.

The Cold War Museum in Berlin has an exciting new exhibition for you! It includes, among other forgotten Cold War relics, roughly 200 decommissioned bunkers, many of which are located in Berlin’s city center.

After a long hike through tons of abandoned bunkers inhabited by a variety of mutants, we’ve finally found the ultimate by searching through a submarine. Don’t get too excited, we still need to get it back out of the water.

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We hope you enjoy exploring abandoned cold war nuclear bunkers. Our team is here to help, but first let us know what you’ve found. Keep an eye out for our next urban excursion.

We really hope you like this tour! Please take the time to enjoy the following pages of high quality photos of abandoned Cold War bunker sites around the world. Let us know what you think!

As seen in the photo, the bunkers were built in the World War 2. The story behind these bunkers is left unanswered.

We hope you will find the information on the Cold War and WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers website helpful. If you ever need anything, please reach out to our customer service team.

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