More abandoned bunkers found under streets

Military places particularly underground bunker were a common thing during WW2 for secrecy as well as for protection.
Atlantikwall Regelbau L480 - Radar Bunker with Socket for Wassermann S Radar

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Here’s some photos we found of World War II bunkers located under some European streets.

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We’ve received your request, but our restrictions of the Urban Site of the Week policy prohibit us from showing you any pics or videos of the bunker, so unfortunately, your request will not be able to be confirmed.

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We hope you enjoyed our exploration of WW2 bunkers. If you would like to continue exploring the abandoned places of the war, come back to our site and explore our other articles.

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