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Abandoned Cold War places: Nuclear bunkers

During the Second World War, the United States Army constructed over 5,000 concrete underground bunkers near Japan’s shoreline. Many were left behind when the war was over. In Japan, these bunkers are called “hell houses,” so you might refer to them as “Hell”: the bunkers, the feeling of being alone in their surroundings, and the terror of being trapped in a living tomb.


Okay, but let’s take a moment to be clear on this photograph you shared. I’ve seen it before. This structure appears to be one of the underground bunkers left in the battlefields in Europe that are still there today. Now, I know you said that you are interested in finding unique things to photograph in Europe, but it doesn’t make sense to photograph the same thing in every single

This is a mailing to let you know about a special trip created by Urban Explorers. Urban Explorers have never been to a Bunker before and they want you to experience the height of this trip together with them! Make sure to click on the confirmation email to see all the details of this offer.

Thank you for your order! The best way to view our photos is to choose an edition of our book “Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers”. We’d also love to know what you think. Would you please let us know via email at

Our images show 2 abandoned bunkers from World War 2 that occasionally become exposed by urban development projects. The images can be found here.

Thank you for your order! You will receive your private tour of the abandoned Cold War & WW2 Nuclear Bunkers with your private guide. As a bonus, you’ll receive a complimentary WW2 tour for two!

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Thank you for your purchase. We’ll get in touch soon to confirm your visit and confirm your admission. The bunker is fully stocked and ready to serve all your needs.

Thank you for visiting our Cold War & WW2 Places site. We wanted to share a map with you that showcases the abandoned bunkers in the region. You can find this map at the bottom of the page. In these locations, you may find a Cold War or WW2 artifact.

The bunker is located in the American Sector in Berlin. Due to the United States and Soviet Union’s uneasy alliance in World War II, we’re pleased to know that you and your family members will be in the safety and in the strongest and deepest-reserved in Berlin in your bunker. Please contact our office in order to get the documents and help build the bunker. Have a good day.

The nuclear bunker has been abandoned for decades. Since WW2, this abandoned urban exploration site has been sealed. With the Cold War long forgotten, the whole site is currently unprotected. Beyond the inaccessible entrance, the military-laced hush-hush site is mostly intact, thus giving explorers an expansive view of militarism during the Cold War.

Your Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned World War II Bunker is yours. Please allow 4-6 weeks of construction before pick up.

Thank you for your order of stunning Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers. Your book will be mailed out by the end of the week. We can’t wait to share them with you !!

So sorry for the mistaken order. Our records show that you have successfully purchased the Cold War Nuclear Bunker guide. If you have any questions please send us an email at the address in the signature.

The location of the bunker is undisclosed, but our group of photographers and drone videographers will start this process this month. This email is intended to confirm your interest in capturing this amazing location for our publication.

Thanks for your interest in the abandoned nuclear bunker near Detroit. We’re sorry we can’t accommodate your request at this time.

Thanks so much for your interest in our abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites photography book. We plan to have the book available for purchase in early 2019. In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can get in touch with us at the email in the signature or through our website:

Hello, thank you for your purchase of our Abandoned Cold War Bunker Locations Tour. We’ve processed your order and you will be receiving your voucher by email shortly. To learn more about this tour or purchase the printed voucher, please visit

You’ve made it to an exciting list of World War II starships, bases, and bunkers. Keep exploring for more ex-civilian sites.

Would you like to go on an adventure in an abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker? Want to explore what could be left behind by the soldiers that used to live, eat, and sleep in this Bunker? Well, you’re in luck. This Week’s Explorer Bunker is all yours to explore. Hit reply to take the first step.

Would you be interested in exploring something uniquely amazing? The abandoned nuclear bunker from the Cold War is available for exploration. If you decide to take this on, it will be a safe and memorable experience. We’ll put you in contact with the right people who will take care of getting you in and out, and you’re going to have a blast.

Thank you for your image of World War 2 bunkers lying abandoned under Europe Streets. We magazine is planning a month long feature of post-war architecture and fortifications. Cheers!

Thanks for ordering a Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. Your tour is on the way. We will keep you posted on the delivery status by email. Your credit card will be charged when your tour is delivered.

We are excited to send you an order confirmation for your recent purchase of our Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites Photography Tour map. We send all order confirmations by email, but you’ll find the map on your doorstep tomorrow.

You made a reservation to take a photographic tour of our Cold War bunker sites. We’ll be in touch soon to book your tour.

Thank you for visiting our site. We really appreciate your business and we hope you enjoy the haunting images of the abandoned WWII bunkers.

We hope you had a joyous celebration! Congratulations on your decision to join the military. We will be sending you details on the status of the bunker and its location to your email shortly.

Your team has successfully secured the fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker. You should be able to make your way in, but make sure to research the area, don’t ever get lost, and take only the items you need.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see one of the most unique (and spooky) places on earth! Your day trip to the World War II bunker is on Friday, October 5th. You will need to meet at the front entrance by 7 AM sharp. Please check your confirmation email for your passport and ID information, including a map and directions.

We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. We’ve recently found some records that there might be a bunker near you. If you believe that you might be close to a bunker, please complete this form and we will be able to better assess the situation and retrieve the information on the bunker and help you protect yourselves.

Thank you for your order! Your Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned WWII Bunker has been completed. You can view your new rooms via your account page. You can also access your member page, by clicking on the “Accessorize” tab on the bottom of the orders page.

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