Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers

From world-renowned watchmaking company, Patek Philippe watch shows off low production numbers in an abandoned US military-owned bunker below Lake Superior.

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Thanks for posting and sharing your photos. These photos show a World War II bunker in Europe. Why do you think the bunkers were abandoned?

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What a beautiful sight! The images you sent us did a great job of capturing a panoramic view of a site in a WWII bunker in a European city. We love how you took the time to get detailed shots to catch all of the details. Please keep shooting, our eyes are always on lookout for other abandoned sites. You’ll be sure to get a trip for this!

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Here’s our final trip report for bunker #27! Here’s a map of the area, though it will be dark when we get there at night. We’ll visit when the sun goes down. Is weather when we leave in the forecast?

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A truly amazing experience awaits you with Urban Explorers! We can hardly believe you’re just waiting for us to open the door to this abandoned World War II bunker. We will be looking for you on the west side of the building near the entrance during our meeting time.

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