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Explore a history of a WWII bunker

The Nazis took the bunkers under the radar. After WWII, entire cities were razed, resulting in many abandoned buildings. Explore these haunting images for the story of their past.
Atlantikwall Regelbau L480 - Radar Bunker with Socket for Wassermann S Radar


Thank you for your interest in nuclear bunkers! Thank you for your email message. We are unfortunately not open to the public, but check out our other listings on our website at Nuclear Bunkers.

I like your beautiful pics of these haunting images of abandoned WWII bunkers.

We’re delighted to have received your interest in our cold war bunkers website. You can now log into your photo gallery to start exploring. Thanks again for shopping with us!

We’re glad you’re interested in this mysterious WWII bunker deep in the heart of Portugal, now known as the “Imperator Bunker.” You can now go look at it on our map. We hope you like it as much as we do!

We were so excited when we found Cold War & WWII Places: Nuclear Bunkers, but after the fourth time it didn’t show up. If you’re still looking, head back to the website and re-try. If you’re not, then don’t worry about it. It was just for show.

Your reservation for the unvisited World War II Bunker has been confirmed. Your bunker is confirmed, just show up.

Thanks for finding this! As you can see from the photo below, World War 2 bunkers lie across Europe in much better condition than the abandoned houses in the foreground. If you’ve enjoyed browsing around our site, we’d love to have you back!

Be careful while exploring Europe’s streets. Some of its WWII bunkers lie abandoned and some can be found hidden underneath the streets.

It looks like you’ve got an amazing amount of time and money to explore this abandoned underground bunker. Just make sure you do it safely and ensure no one else gets injured or trespasses.

Dragon Head, please complete your purchase of the Urban Exploration Cold War bunker! The fee has been paid and your account is confirmed. To be granted access to this purchase, please email

Sorry to hear that your father died in the abandoned cold war nuclear bunker. We hope you take solace in knowing that your father’s final moments were spent in complete safety. Your father’s death was also recorded by the government—we’re able to share the video with you right now.

We hope you had a pleasant exploration at the bunker. Welcome to start exploring other abandoned worlds.

Each abandoned bunker is different in size with their own unique history, so please select your location to find the tour you’re looking for.

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Thank you for your purchase of the “Cave of Insane”. When you arrive at the site, please remember to pack a snorkel and a wet suit. The temperature is always cool, so plan accordingly if you wish to be engulfed in perpetual darkness. Enjoy your time within the abandoned bunker.

Good to hear from you! Thank you for the interest in checking out this Fully Stocked Abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker! We won’t charge you until we release the photos and video of your visit so you can see exactly what the bunker looks like and how it’s set up.

I see that you’re interested in learning about the history of nuclear bunkers. Thank you for your interest in these Cold War and 50s-60s layouts. These facilities were used during the Cold War and WW2, and were the first and only shelters to be built in the United States for military and civilians during the Cold War and WW2. It’s quite a fascinating and unique story.

We’ve received your request for access to an abandoned cold war nuclear bunker. If you’re ready, just hit the “Submit” button below.

Your booking for the abandoned bunker with Urban explorers has been confirmed.

I was granted permission to see the bunker with my Junior Explorer Group! Thank you for signing up. We hope you enjoyed the tour

Please note that your information is featured in the article on the Urban Explorers discovery of the WWII bunker in London.

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Thank you for your request to purchase the “A Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites.” Your purchase is confirmed and your paper copy will be shipped to you soon. We look forward to working with you again soon!

Your order is part of our Underground Bunker program. Expect your order within 4 to 6 weeks.

You have successfully booked the Urban adventure, the Abandoned World War II Bunker. They will contact you directly about all the details.

Thank you for your interest in our website. This article provides information about why the bunkers were left abandoned under the European streets.

Looks like the bunker was built around the previous war! Not sure what to make of that. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Thanks for your email. We’re sorry to say but images show World War 2 bunkers lying abandoned under Europe Streets.

Thank you for your purchase of the Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned World War II Bunker. As soon as your order is confirmed, we will send you a video tour of the Bunker.

Welcome to the UK’s biggest unusual attraction, the world’s largest abandoned bunker! We’re excited to show you Urban Explorers, do with it what you will.

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Your purchase of Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers has been authorized and is available for download. If you need any help, contact us at the email in the email’s signature.

Hi Tyler, I was on your website and I saw about World War 2 bunkers on some of the images.

Our team is about to explore an abandoned WWII bunker and we need help mapping and documenting it. This is a special project and we could sure use your help.

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