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Unexplored Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers

During WW2 bunkers were used for protection from heavy bombings.


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We’re glad you got back to us about the abandoned nuclear bunker. It’s been 60 years since the destruction of the Soviet Union, but that was a time of uncertainty for us all. It’s our hope that this site does not hide other gray and blue secrets.

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