Soviet Abandoned Nuclear Bunker

Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites are eerie, yet fascinating. From TV shows like 'Argonautica' and 'The Americans' to movies like 'The Thing' and 'The Day After Christmas,' bunker sites across the world have been a great source of inspiration for filmmakers and photographers alike. Join us as we explore a number of abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites around the world from the US to the UK to Russia.


☢️ Explore abandoned bunkers and lost places ☢️

The Cold War and WWII was a time of fear and uncertainty, but now the bunkers are open for this one-time chance to explore what happened.

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The corridors of the bunker were typically narrow

Abandoned Cold War and WW2 Places: Nuclear bunkers.

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Cold War Bunker Site ★★★★★

The abandoned bunker sites were once part of a secret Cold War Soviet system.

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Take a tour of the bunker ★★★★★

There were many reasons why the military placed some of their bunkers underground during World War II. One of the most common among the general public was a fear of a large strike on a certain area. For safety, these bunkers were built without windows and were equipped with provisions for everything from food storage to water. Sometimes, bunkers were also meant for hiding from enemies, such as Nazis or Japanese invaders. Go somewhere

Military bunker were common thing during WW2

Take an abandoned bunker site for a breakfast in the woods with your friends on Vimeo, then share your experience on Instagram stories, tagging @vimeo and #vimeobreakfast.

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☭⃠ Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers ☭⃠

Give people the chance to explore an abandoned bunker in an unusual way, by giving them an allotment of safe cells that they can teleport into. If they share their experience with social media using hashtag #skyscrapervacation, they are entered into a raffle to win one of 100 places on the scavenger hunt.

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Quest for Nuclear Bunker in Chernobyl

From bunkers to American houses, these war torn reminder sites make you think about what went before and what might happen next ...

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Europe's Abandoned Bunkers and Lost Places

The bunker was recently renovated by the government for public use, with exciting new appointments to include wading pool, swimming area, event space, cafe, waterfall, community garden, and the opportunity to wade into the Soviet nuclear submarine that is underneath the pool.

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Abandoned WWII Bunker in caves ★★★☆☆

Find the average anti-nuclear bunker of the Cold War with us as we tour the most top secret places these sites had to offer. Here you'll find Top Secret KGB tunnels, Atomic Cannon tunnels, A.Q. Khan nuclear enrichment enterprise, etc.

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Haunting images of abandoned WWII bunkers ★★★☆☆

In this article, we explore a unique set of photographs taken as Urban Explorers discovered a wartime bunker.

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See photos of abandoned WWII bunkers

Abandoned World War II bunker that is now occupied by Urban Explorers.

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Explore Abandoned Bunker & Lost Places in Europe

These were "bomb proof" military bunkers installed during World War 2. They were all around neighbourhoods neighbourhoods to protect people from the intense bombing by the Nazi forces. After the war, the governments deemed these bunkers too expensive to maintain. Now they are fully abandoned for nearly 70 years.

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Explore an abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker

The military places were in particular in demand in WW2 for the purpose of secrecy and protection in underground bunkers.

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Guides to abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker ★★★☆☆

You can explore the world's largest abandoned nuclear bunker.

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Missing persons after visiting a Cold War bunker.

The site documents Cold War and WW2 bunkers across Europe.

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Bunker history World War 2

Abandoned WWII bunker that has been occupied by Urban Explorers.

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Photographs of abandoned Cold War bunker sites ☢

Places Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Abandoned Bunkers.

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Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII Bunkers

Military bunkers are increasingly being used today.

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Visit a bunker from the Cold War era

Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites: Photographic Tour.

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The Haunting Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers ⚛️

In a Philadelphia neighborhood, urban explorers have found a massive underground bunker that was left behind when an explosives company that once operated in the area went out of business decades ago.

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Abandoned Bunker and Lost Places Europe

These explorers stopped in at one of the most interesting places to find an abandoned WWII bunker hidden deep in an alley. They were quite surprised to see it and took some valuable finds at there while they explored.

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A photographic book of abandoned Cold War Bunkers

Abandoned WW2 bunkers abandoned under Europe Streets.

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Abandoned bunker and lost places around Europe

Exploring WWII Abandoned Places extends more than just bunkers.

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☣ Created by the Cold War Bunker Project ☣

If you find yourself in the Ohio River Valley, you might stumble across something you weren’t expecting to find. Stumbling upon the handful of empty bunkers that pre-date World War II, left behind after the United States government decided to move its munitions to more secure locations, can be both puzzling and captivating. Once you make your way to the site, the history of the abandoned bunkers becomes apparent, their scuffed bricks and stacked sandbags testament to the busy times they once.

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    Thank you. The military places particularly underground bunker were a common thing during World War 2 for secrecy as well as for protection.

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  • Ivan Herrero says :

    Hi, you have reached the barricades around the bunker. One of the most famous symbols of the horrors of World War II. Would you like to continue?

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  • Norma Pilgrim says :

    We're sorry to hear that the US Government is renting out the space where your bunker is at. We certainly empathize with your plight. Please contact our account team at the email in the signature to see what options might be available.

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