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The bunkers were abandoned under Europe streets

A forgotten chapter of history tells the story of the abandoned Cold War bunkers of the former Soviet Union that were left to deteriorate following the Prague arms agreement of 1991.
Atlantikwall Regelbau L480 - Radar Bunker with Socket for Wassermann S Radar


Your reservation is complete and we look forward to speaking with you in a few days! Let us know if you have any questions about your experience in the Soviet Cold War bunker. We’ll have you geared up with a flashlight and a gas mask in a few hours. Get ready for a creepy, yet amazing, experience!

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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!

Thanks for your purchase. We’re looking forward to delivering your photo tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites in Russian Crimea. You can read more about the tour here, and you’ll receive an email with your photo itinerary.

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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.

Thank you for your order today! We know that these valuable items can’t be insured by any of the normal carriers, so we only accept orders from people who have been placed at a secret location where safekeeping of these bunkers is vital. Your bunker will be shipped to a secure location with a tracking number.

That’s awesome. I’m so interested in adding this bunker to my itinerary. We have a few updates to your reservation, please take a look.

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:

Thank you for your interest in our underground bunker. Please contact us as soon as possible to place your protection order. If you need further information, visit our website at:

Many Cold War bunkers around the world were abandoned when WW2 ended. We tracked down 8,000 bunkers in total from the 54 different countries that produced them. We’ve been archiving the abandoned bunkers that have been found for decades.

Your access entry has been verified by submitting photographic ID and scanning code. You’re free to explore the bunker. There’s just one catch: the government will see what you’re up to, and you can’t snitch on your fellow urban explorers to the authorities.

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.

Wwrursdb says :
*Important note: this tour includes images of abandoned Cold War bunker sites that may be disturbing to some members of society.

We hope you enjoy your day exploring more than bunkers at the Abandoned Places museum, one of the most peculiar museums in the world! Thank you.

Thank you for thinking a bunker a military base is a bunker! Your order has been confirmed. We’re going to ship your item right to your doorstep.

We will not bombard you with information, but we think you’ll enjoy this article! What to expect: when you arrive, you’ll have a fantastic view from the platform from the era when the bunker was last in use.Also, find a variety of objects from the era. Don’t forget to explore the 8 level bunker.

Holy smokes! We’d be the first ones to admit that this place is a real doozy. It’s a part of history after all, so we wouldn’t blame you if you decide to visit this traditional Cold War bunker. We have a few questions before your visit, but be sure to contact our team if you need additional support.

Protected better than Fort Knox? Your bunker is ready to home 1/4 pound of gold, complete with 24-carat gold bar, tarnish-proof glass, and limited 1/20 ounce total weight of gold each year.

Your haunted images of abandoned WWII bunkers is ready in the 48 hours. Product is only available for purchase in the US. Contact us for pricing options.

Thanks for signing up! We’ll be sending you some information soon about how to get your free copy of World War 2 bunkers abandoned under Europe Streets.

We are sending you the photographic booklet of abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. You can expect to receive your book within the next few days, but you will already be able to see the pictures on our website!

As a matter of fact, the bunker was used located at Aviator, NY during WW2. You can find our article about it here:

Your exploration has been canceled because the initial time and date did not fit your desired itinerary. Please contact us to explore more than just abandoned bunkers.

It’s exciting to get a Datebook sent to you. Thank you for requesting your Military places particularly underground bunker were a common thing during WW2 for secrecy as well as for protection, and we’re happy to take care of you. We expect wonderful and respected safety and preservation for your items once received and we’re glad you’re our customer!

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