Abandoned bunkers are usually not easy to find

Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers is an interactive WebGL experience that allows users to explore the hidden history of the Cold War and WW2 through exploratory visuals that render graphics of abandoned battlefields, nuclear bunkers, the remaining effects of the nuclear age.

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

Hi, thank you for signing up for our Nuclear Bunkers tour. Your spot has been confirmed and the tour will be starting on thursday, November 23rd. Don’t worry, we’ll let you know when to head to your meeting point for the tour.

Thank you for your order and interest in haunted WWII bunkers. Your purchase will be shipped to you after we receive your payment. We’re excited to see you in the haunted world of the bunkers soon.

We are excited to announce that our team at Urban Explorers have discovered a World War II bunker that was left abandoned. Let’s go explore the world together!

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.

This is a strange email 😱. It’s not our email server sending it to you, it’s actually a strange person manipulating an email server and sending this to random people. Anyways, what’s going on is that this photo is showing old bunkers in Europe that do in fact lie abandoned and uncharted. There’s a clear social and political agenda in the image and we want to be

Thank you for your images of the World War 2 bunkers. May we please have your name and email address? We would like to contact you for more information.

Clicky by Clicky, Inc. has confirmed your reservation at the World War II bunker in Berlin, Germany. Your tour begins in 45 minutes. Click to reschedule or find more info.

*Bunker Concepts* Payment completed. Your order No. is H3-74. Our team will proceed with evacuation and installation of equipment.

Your reservation to explore the abandoned cold war nuclear bunker is confirmed! We hope you’re as excited as us. What to expect: Monday Monday, you can explore the nuclear bunker. It’s important to take precautions when exploring the bunker. Attached are the safety rules that you must follow. We hope that you are ready.

Thanks for signing up. We’ll be reaching out soon with information specific to your interests about Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers.

Awesome! We have been alerted of the possibility of a fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker location being found so we’d better get prepared.

This email confirms a successful purchase of a tour package featuring a photographic exploration into abandoned, Cold War era Soviet bunkers around the world.

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.

We hope you will find the information on the Cold War and WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers website helpful. If you ever need anything, please reach out to our customer service team.

We’re excited that you’re interested in exploring more of the abandoned WWII bunkers around the US and Europe. We will be in touch with you soon to schedule your visit.

Weksvozv says :
Thanks for your order. You can purchase a fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War bunker from us with a 7-day insurance policy. If the interest in the bunker wanes, we can cancel your purchase from your home.

Thanks for checking out these WW2 bunker photos! But, what you don’t see is the story that goes with them. A soldier named Baldomero Ruiz hid in the bunkers with his family. After escaping the blockade, Baldomero had his family, documents, and more stuffed into these bunkers for protection. He was eventually rescued by the French Resistance.

It sounds like you’re hooked on the idea of the abandoned cold war nuclear bunker. That’s okay. Feeling like you’re under siege because of all the people around you is totally normal. Just make sure if you come across anything you should contact local authorities or surrender.

You’ve just joined us in our last expedition in the Hula Valley, in search of the abandoned bunker. The trip is about to begin. Stay tuned for updates throughout the expedition.

The Urban Explorers will begin their exciting adventure exploring the abandoned World War II bunker. Today they will enter into the maze of hallways. Are you following them on their adventure?

Congratulations! You’ve just discovered an abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers. If you do not see your account in this list, please email us at info@thisisacct.com to find out how you can access this page.

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.

So you want to take a photo tour of abandoned military bunkers from the Cold War? Sure, send me an email and we’ll create a custom package just for you.

There might be more than just bunkers in World War II Abandoned Places. Perhaps a hidden farm in a forgotten forest in France, a secret bunker in a fake town in the Czech Republic, or a hangar in a navy base in Labrador. Your exploration awaits.

I am currently on a trip to the abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker in Rostov-on-Don. This place is huge and the gear is amazing!

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

Just a quick message to let you know the mapping experience should arrive sometime in the next 24 hours. For now, check our website to see the latest featured abandoned bunker site from around the world, from Moon bunker to Warsaw Pact bunkers πŸ¦„.

Well done in choosing an Urbex in the abandoned Soviet style bunker in the city. You can fully stock your bunker for $500 or you can hunt down vintage items in the bunker for $50. The quickest pickup time is in the morning. Instructions for use, in case you accidentally find any bunkers in the city, are below the keycode.

We are excited to announce that you have been selected to tour the WWII Bunker. After being selected for this opportunity, you will have to complete our tour questionnaire. Thank you again for your interest in this experience, we appreciate your dedication.

Etixodbo says :
You’ve been selected for the exclusive opportunity to travel through the Abandoned World War II Bunker, where history and imagination meets! We hope you enjoy your journey.

Ms Velda says :
Thank you for choosing to explore abandoned cold war nuclear bunker. We hope you will discover the rich history and history-making within. Your tour guide is on their way, so we’ll see you soon.

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…

Your Urban Explorers adventure has begun! The van will be picking you up soon. Let’s get you to the abandoned World War II bunker!

The Urban Exploration Company was glad to find you and your friends in the abandoned Cold War Nuclear Bunker. We’re working to get these structures brought back to life through organizations like Global Cooling. If you’re interested, don’t hesitate to talk to the local authorities. They should be able to help you answer any questions you may have.

“Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned World War II Bunker” is a five-piece activity just in time for Peanut ButterMaker!

Congratulations on your exclusive access to the Berlin Nazi Bunker! There’s nothing quite like experiencing history firsthand. Learn more about this experience at http://spedx.com/explore/13578/ .

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