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Bunkers date back to 1933

A team of urban explorers make a real-life Indiana Jones-style discovery inside an abandoned World War II bunker.
AtlanticWall Regelbau 634 - Combat bunker with 6 Embrasure Armoured Copula Iron Turret


Thank you for registering for this limited time opportunity to explore the jungle around a World War II German bunker. In order to gain access to the bunker, you will need to register for your spot today.

Hello! Please note that World War II Abandoned Places does not explore Nazi bunkers exclusively. In the coming months, your next guided privilege will be unlocked.

Thanks for joining us on the Urban Explorers! We know you have a lot of interest in this exploration because you have attached a viewing cost of $180. Should you happen to discover a bunker with a million dollars worth of gold, a walkie-talkie, a pistol, a box of hand grenades, a jeep, or anything else that you might find valuable, contact us immediately,

We’re sorry to hear that the images of the World War 2 bunkers under Europe streets displayed on your website are not of the best quality. We’d like to change the images of the bunkers to better ones. Two options are below, please select the one you prefer.

We’re sorry you’re needing space during this time of extraordinary politics. We have the right bunker for the job! Please send us your address so we can get started planning your underground bunker.

It was nice meeting with you. If you’re looking to explore World War II bunkers, visit our website.

Hi! I hope you’re doing well. Your interest in World War II Abandoned Places made you a perfect candidate for World War II Abandoned Places: More Than Bunker. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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.

Your bunker has been joined. Now you’ll be able to share with your friends the best bunker in town. We look forward to building you a bunker that’s yours.

We are sorry the Cold War era nuclear bunker fell on hard times. We will try our hardest to offer you a fair deal. If you are interested in it, get in contact with me on this email.

You’re now living in a fully secured, fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker, that is fully equipped with weapons and ammunition, and fully functional as well as heated and cooled as needed. We’re here to take care of your every need, and to give you the chance you’ve always wanted to live in an abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker.

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We are pleased to inform you about the unique opportunity to explore more than 10 abandoned WWII military bunkers. Learn more at

Thank you for your purchase of World War II Abandoned Places: more than bunkers. You’ll receive more information about the contents of your new purchase shortly.

Thank you for your interest in touring Cold War & WWII Abandoned Places: Nuclear Bunkers. To confirm all reservations, we will be in touch soon to finalize the details. In the meantime, see the movie below for an insight into the bunks.

If you’re interested, you’re welcome to join! We plan to visit this abandoned bunker on Friday at 8pm EST. To make the trip, you must be able to attend the time above.

Grnqhhav says :
Thank you for your purchase. I hope you enjoy your tour of abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. If you have any issues with the photo book, please feel free to contact me. I will be happy to help you.

Thank you for your interest in the abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker. We will submit your information to our landlord for them to contact you.

Thank you for your interest in the abandoned cold war nuclear bunker. Please provide your residential address 7001 Juge’s Way, Brisbane, Australia so we can send you paperwork to your home. If your home is not where you reside, please list the name of your residential address so we can send the paperwork to the appropriate address.

Congratulations, your order for a military underground bunker has been processed! If you have any questions, please contact us at the email address in the signature.

Don’t miss a chance to see a rarely available photographic tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites in Eastern Europe. This limited offer features eight well-known European bunkers and gives access to a selection of pictures that were taken by the photographer during his field trip through the region. Just click below to get your ticket.

We can’t wait to give you your adventure in the fully stocked Soviet Cold War Bunker in the heart of the city! We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Submissions are now closed for Sun Journeys. Thank you for your interest in the St Petersburg Bunker’s Sun Journeys. Your submission will be placed on our website under consideration.

Our team of urban explorers is leading a tour through an old abandoned bunker. Travel to a different history with a group of people who share your adventurous spirit.

Hi, your reservation for the Urban Explorers’ Discovery tour of a WW2 bunker in Berlin, Germany is confirmed. Your experience dates are confirmed for next week between Sunday, January 3rd and Saturday, January 9th, 2018.

We’re excited that you’re interested in planning your vacation or coworking vacation to one of our Cold War and WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers. We’re looking forward to doing business together!

Thanks for your interest in the Abandoned Cold War Nuclear Bunker. Sorry for the inconvenience, but we won’t be able to make a decision on a date for a tour of the site anytime soon. We ask for your patience and understanding, but we promise your wait will be worth it. Thanks again for your interest.

Your reservation request at the Fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker has been confirmed. We look forward to having you join us for this amazing excursion!

Thavwn says :
Thank you for purchasing a DVD of our Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII Bunkers. The DVD will be mailed to you after we print it. You can find your order details below. If you have any questions, please contact us at the email in the signature, or hit reply to this email.

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We hope you enjoy your tour of the most incredible Cold War and WW2 nuclear bunkers. This latest discovery is a most impressive addition to our ever-growing list of places to explore. We will send you a confirmation email as soon as you receive your guidebook.

Thank you for your purchase of the Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. This is an ebook for Kindle, Epub, and Mobipocket files.

You were successful in your purchase of the wartime bunkers in Ukraine, and we’re looking forward to your visit. We hope you will take this opportunity to experience the region and learn why people still consider it “the nuclear border between Europe and Russia”.

Hi, we’re excited to be on your team! Welcome to your first bunker of your adventure. If you spot anything we’re missing on the list, just let us know and we’ll get it for you.

We’ll make you part of history! Our legend, nuclear bunkers, has it all: Cold War & WW2 Places: Abandoned Places & Bunkers. Browse through the site and discover these unique places for your family or photographic shooting exploring.

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.

Kishuzgh says :
Hi there, I went ahead and reserved the bunker for you. It’s fully stocked with lots of goods for you to scavenge. If you have any questions, just email me.

Tvomzsf says :
This is an abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker, urban exploration. Which one of these is correct?

Your urban exploration excursion to the abandoned cold war nuclear bunker is officially confirmed. Meet with your guide at 10am on the morning of the date specified. We’ll answer any questions you might have in the meantime.

This is an abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker which is fully stocked with supplies like rations, safety equipment, personal computers, heater, water, and weapons. Send us an email or contact us directly with any questions or concerns you might have.

Hi! World War II Abandoned Places explores more than just bunkers. Please send me promo materials so that I can share the goodness.

Thank you for your interest in World War II Abandoned Places. We hope the information in our book gives you a unique look into the history of World War II bunkers and abandoned ruins. We also hope you take a read of the “About the Book” to learn more about the project. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.

Here is a photo from our insider from Europe. Did you find any bunkers during your visit?

We are excited to have you join our ranks as a new member! You will find your membership card in your inbox after you reply to this email, and an instruction booklet in the watch pocket of your briefing bag. Please watch your step as you enter the facility, as the bunker has been closed for a long time without air ventilation.

Your ability to explore abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker Sites has been confirmed. Please let us know if there’s anything else we can do to make your Tour even better!

The answer to your question is yes, because there are also Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers.

Thank you for your interest in exploring our abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker in the heart of the city. The next tour date is in 3 months. Please save your spot in line by pre-registering today.

Thank you for your purchase of a military place particularly a bunker. You can now choose a new title for this with the available options, and we’ll go ahead and reserve it for you. Rest assured, you’ll stay safe.

You’ve successfully booked the spookily abandoned nuclear bunker! We hope you enjoyed this experience, and best of luck exploring your way out of there.

Would you like to explore abandoned cold war nuclear bunker, urban exploration?

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