Under Europe Streets: abandoned WW2 bunkers found

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Atlantikwall Regelbau M184 - Bunker With Emplacement for Battlecruiser Turret from Gneisenau

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This is an invitation for you to join my photo tour of different abandoned Cold War bunker sites around the world. I am shooting this tour with a medium format Hasselblad 500c/m, which means I need the best lenses, cameras, and turn-key solutions to make this happen. I will be emailing you soon with details.

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Thank you for taking the time to explore the Cold War Bunker! We will send a follow up email to you with a special code so you can log back in and take a look around again.

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We are preparing the site for an upcoming no-expense-spared visit. Your bunker will be ready by Friday. Be prepared to enjoy a spook-tacular trip to the motherland!

You’ve found a 1943 photo of a WWII bunker found abandoned near a street near Brussels, Belgium. The Bunkers have been discovered almost intact! In the photo, this Bunker is dated as the 8th July 1943.

Your urban exploration for this abandoned Cold War bunker is confirmed. We’ll make sure your team of 10 receive a great tour and also send you an automatic reminder 24-48 hours before departure. This email has been forwarded to your team’s lead’s email.

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Thank you for your order. It should be delivered soon. Please make sure to indicate in the comments your physical address where the bunker is going to be delivered. To keep your bunker from being stolen please either set up a lockbox or fence.

We deeply apologize that the abandoned Cold War & WW2 bunker was not accessible by you. The bunker is a highly secure and dangerous area and we thank you for your understanding.

Thank you for your interest in Nuclear bunkers. You can browse through some of the nuclear bunkers that are still available for viewing today.


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Thank you for placing your order for our military bunker. We expect to deliver the product to your location next week.

Your request for the abandoned Cold War and WW2 places: nuclear bunkers has been submitted. We will reach out to you as soon as possible for more information about the process of visiting the site.

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Thank you for your purchase of a photographic tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites. Your purchase has been completed and your kit will be on its way soon.

Your bunker has been fully stocked for your stay! Here’s a few things to keep in mind while exploring the bunker: All lights have been removed from the bunker, come prepared with a torch or a headlamp.

Hi there, We hope you love your new home inspirations from our latest photo shoot that is from WWII bunkers that have been left to the streets. If there is anything that we can help with, please let us know. We hope you have a wonderful day!

Your military bunker order for the secret underground bunker has been processed and is being processed for output. You will receive a notice from our web team with the estimated delivery time.

We are excited to send you this 100-page guide for exploring Cold War Bunker sites. We hope you enjoy it, please be sure to check your inbox for an email with the easy to remember access code.

For the Cold War, the USSR created over 30 nuclear bunkers throughout Russia. Some were abandoned and forgotten, while others were moved and still function as command and control centers. Urban Exploration (urbex) is the exploration and study of places that are typically abandoned or otherwise off-limits to the public. Urban exploration does not refer to trespassing.

We received your request to remove Cold War and WW2 nuclear bunkers from the Abandoned Places list. We’ll be getting back to you shortly to let you know if any other entities may object to this change.

Thank you for choosing our underground bunker in the former Soviet Union. We can’t wait to show you around and get you some lunch. Neither of you will want for anything!

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