Russian Cold War Bunker discovered

images show World War 2 bunkers still abandoned under Europe Streets.

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We’ve received your interest in exploring an abandoned Soviet bunker. We’ll respond as soon as we can to finalize your trip. Thank you and we hope to see you soon!

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