Abandoned and Haunting images of WWII bunkers

In 2011, the Russian Federation emerged from a turbulent decade of radical change. However, there was one place Russia had kept closed during the turmoil – a top-secret bunker deep in the forest.

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Your bunker hunt will commence as you come across a keypad near the disabled gate, which you’ll have to use to enter the property. Be careful as you explore as you may step on a land mine. What to expect: don’t expect a comfy trip. You’ll need a mask and boots for this one. Keep your camera low to the ground and you’ll be rewarded with a few

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