Nuclear bunkers built by the Soviets

During the World War II, many countries established military places, particularly underground bunkers, to keep themselves safe from attacks during that time.
AtlanticWall Regelbau FL244 Fire Control Post Command bunker for heavy Flak Anti Aircraft battery

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Our explorers explored the abandoned Soviet Cold War bunker today with several hours of exploring in the city of Ufa. This conflict led to thousands of deaths. The overall beauty of the abandoned bunker in the Soviet era cannot be matched.

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That’s right. . . this bunker was built to hold the US President in the event of a nuclear war, so you know it’s legit. Only three military bunkers in the USA were ever designed and constructed as such, and we have one of them exclusively on offer for you on right now.

Welcome to the abandoned military bunker! I have a lockbox here with a key-tag that should serve as a leash to keep you safe from the dangers of the ancient military base. You can find a map to show where you are next to cool military stuff as well as a history of the bunker if you explore anything further.

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Thank you for your email. We have a lot of people coming by asking about this bunker so we decided to post a sign up list so more of you can join our expeditions. Please let us know of any questions you have.

World War II Abandoned Places explores more than bunkers, including bunkers that served as religious, political, military, and cultural centers, as well as bunkers that were infested with rats. Learn more about these building types that might surprise you.

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Hey, thank you for choosing our Urbex tour. We’ve got your room booked so you will be in the Urbex experience in no time. We hope you’ll have an action packed time exploring the abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker.

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I’m sure the bunkers and the WWII will be explored in this exciting project.

This is one of the most wanted abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker in the world, you be the first to explore this breathtaking location. We can guarantee you’ll be coming back many times with your friends and family. Thank you for choosing us to be your host

Thank you for your interest in this urban exploration project. The urban expedition is in process and the bunker is only accessible with the consent of the Franklin County. To contact the Franklin County, check out their contact information below. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Thank you for your interest in the military bunker. In order to reserve a bunker, please contact us. We reserve specific shelters for clients with a verified interest.

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

Thank you for your interest in the former bunkers of World War 2. We are sorry to say there is no better time to secure these bunkers. They are now overrun by wildlife.

You have been contacted by a group of survivalists in a deep bunker in a silent Soviet city with a dark history. They have offered you a job…

You’ve reached the Soviet Bunker! Home to a fully stocked and operational bunker, plundered by the locals and left for this lucky person to explore and document. After 2,000 years and 100 years of silence, the time has come for your group to live this adventure.

Confirm that this message is for you. We have sent you an email to the address you provided about an amazing photo shoot opportunity. Join us tomorrow for a tour of abandoned bunker sites, including Moscow’s Moscow-2.

We created an adventure for you to explore something out of the ordinary. Great opportunity for your exploration, you can plan what you want to do on your audio tour inside the bunker. It’s more than just images, it’s an audio tour, so you enjoy it even more.

We have your request for WW2 Places, Nuclear bunkers (Cold War) submitted. We’ll let you know as soon as it’s available.

Thanks for your order. Please be advised, the images of World War 2 bunkers will be used on all of your prints.

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Dive into the abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker in Moscow, Russia! Room One: 4-6 people. Room Two: 2-3 people. Room Three: 2-3 people.

Your purchase of the abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker, urban exploration is confirmed. Please don’t go deep underground. We’ve set up a private membership feature for your membership. This membership will allow you to explore the bunker at any time. Please be careful, and contact our team if you make contact with any radiation levels!

This is fine with me! Your bunker is beautiful. Be sure to share a photo on Instagram with me once you’re done exploring. Thank you for finding our Urbex offer.

Congratulations! You and your team made it into that abandoned Soviet bunker and found all the supplies you needed to survive! Now we know we better stock up on the canned beans 😉

Thank you for your interest in the Soviet era Cold War era Bunker, abandoned since the end of the Cold War in 1989. Your request was received. You can find info about accessing the bunker via the links below.

You were successfully awarded safe passage to the underground bunker. Thank you, and we hope you’ll visit again soon.

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