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Deep below Soviet and American bunkers and missile silos and above and below the pylons and mine pits and catwalks and tunnels and chambers for administration and command and control and assorted other secrets, there is a subterranean underground world. Looking up from the vestibule, the walls curve and the roof slopes as they rise as if enveloping you as you walk down the passage, away from the blinding light and the world above. And as you walk, the air grows thinner and the


Explore abandoned bunkers around Europe in depth

As Europe is undergoing gentrification, the bunkers are falling prey to the processes.

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The bunkers were destroyed by allied bombings ☣️

Story of Guernsey Workers who helped build bunkers during WWII.

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★ Bunker used by military during the cold war ★

The discovery of a forgotten and abandoned World War II bunker in Berlin is the result of the Ypsilantes: a group of urban explorers that dedicate their spare time and energy looking for lost places in the city.

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Cold War Bunker Site ★★★★★

Interesting items within the bunker include a desk and a desk lamp.

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Abandoned World War II Bunker ★★★☆☆

Showcase abandoned bunkers that are still standing out of respect to the countless people who gave their lives for this country.

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Abandoned bunkers in Poland ★★★★☆

Come explore what's behind the walls. Experience the jaw-dropping, stunning, and truly amazing world inside the bunker.

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See abandoned bunker nearly 100 years old ★★★☆☆

Explore the cold war bunker in the heart of Paris. This network of interconnected underground tunnels was originally designed to protect the French government in case of nuclear war. A lot has changed since the nuclear conflict in the late 1950s, but you can still go.

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A photo tour of abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites

A book similar to The Bunker or Chernobyl Diaries to educate readers about abandoned Cold War bunkers.

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The bunkers of Europe ★★★★☆

This thematic photo collection is meant to evoke the emotions of the experiences of the people who lived in the bunkers.

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Explore abandoned Canadian nuclear bunker ★★★☆☆

World War II Abandoned Places: Bunker and Structures.

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Cold War Bunker Site ★★★★★

Uncover the haunting history of the Krasna Krajina Bunker as you navigate its decaying chambers.

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What happened to the bunkers? ★★★★★

Classic Cold War Bunker Haunted by the shadows of the past.

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Abandoned WWII bunkers in Europe ★★★★★

Using the cast of the cancelled CBS show Hunted as models, promote the show to fans by creating a viral video promoting urban exploration. On the video, the Hunted stars are looking for food when they stumble across a decade-old cold war nuclear bunker that can't be destroyed because it has no working keypad. The model walks away with food, but other models are captured one at a time to be used as hostages.

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Videos from abandoned bunker ★★★☆☆

The abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker located in the heart of the city skyline has been discovered in the process of renovating the site. Opportunities have been found for it being used in public events, showcases, and architectural drawing for contemporary buildings. The potential.

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Abandoned Bunker and Lost Places Europe

Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites – See the world as it was before, now as it is now (and as it could be).

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Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers

Explore WWII history through the many artifacts left inside the bunker.

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Bunkers of the Cold War era

An abandoned Cold War bunker site might be overgrown with weeds, littered with stray belongings, filled with old barrels, pop bottles, and rotting wood.

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Urbex Expedition in an Abandoned Soviet Bunker

In the latest in a string of spooky "urban exploration" stories, a group of intrepid explorers was exploring a long-abandoned nuclear bunker when they made a startling discovery: a secret passage! .

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Unique images of abandoned WWII bunkers ★★★★★

Nuclear bunkers are large underground facilities built all around the world to house the infrastructure of society if an atomic war happened. Here are some abandoned nuclear bunkers that still stand today, waiting for their future heroes to to come and save the day. Youtube.

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☢️ Discover the history of bunkers ☢️

Experience a unique WWII Czechoslovakian bunker that is beautifully maintained and alive with original art. Experience a detailed tour of the bunker and the original bunker art of Viktorin Straka.

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Did you know the bunkers were ever used in WWII

Images of abandoned WWII bunkers that are haunting.

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Abandoned Bunker and Lost Places

Directed by Christopher Norman, “World War II Abandoned Places” explores the clandestine relationship between the Third Reich and the Church, using the ruins of bunkers, churches, retreats, and churches to explore the darkest corners of humanity.

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Abandoned bunkers and secret places around Europe

Personalized videos showing the length of time someone has spent in the bunker.

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Abandoned Bunker in the UK ★★★☆☆

Well here it is, at last, your search for that elusive abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker near the heart of Europe is over. Surviving in this forbidding, derelict, and unfrequented terrain like all the great bunkers of the past, this time bomb is one you can't miss. Enter in the number provided in the email sent to you in the confirmation at the time of purchase, and our contact will lead you to the bunker in no time. Book now.

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Unique images of abandoned WWII bunkers ★★★★★

This photographic tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites offers a rare glimpse into the world of Cold War defense architecture. These images date from the 1950s to the early 1990s, with some from the 1970s, but they have been abandoned ever since, and they have been left to rot, often with no lasting traces of what was once a bustling Global War on Communism.

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Urban explorers found a WWII bunker.

The Cold War produced a vast amount of abandoned and decommissioned bunkers and archival buildings. If you’re looking for a place that’s oddly and unexpectedly beautiful, now is your time to explore those lands now.

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" I Call It The Secret Bunker"

Abandoned Soviet nuclear bunkers are being used in the Cold War Tourism industry in numerous countries.

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✮ Cold War secret bunkers explored ✮

World War II Abandoned Places offer more than bunkers.

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Explore a decaying abandoned bunker from a fly

Create an imaginative photo contest, where people submit photos of an abandoned Cold War Bunker site that they visited. The contest winner gets to be the curator of the next photo for the website. The curator then showcases the winning photo on their social media channels with hashtag #BunkerTour.

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#Canada's Cold War Bunker ★★★★☆

Almost all the abandoned Cold War bunkers in Germany were closed to the public until April of this year. The German government permitted just 160 people to tour the bunkers that formerly housed NATO troops and their families during the Cold War. After that, many more people visited the bunkers. This is a photographic collection of those bunkers. (You can also watch a video on the I Found It site.).

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☢ Cold war bunkers around Europe ☢

Recently spooked and abandoned and deserted and uninhabited, Cold War Bunker Sites provide some of the most unique and eerie places to explore in the world.

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This is not your average bunker ★★★★☆

Run a contest to win two tickets to England England Central Low Moor (Bunker Hill) nuclear bunker.

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  • Dena Kilback says :

    Each abandoned bunker is different in size with their own unique history, so please select your location to find the tour you're looking for.

  • Michael Battles says :

    Photos from before the war show the bunkers that were used as shelters for soldiers of World War 2 under the streets of Europe.

  • Virgil Koelpin says :

    We see that you've found our article about World War 2 bunkers abandoned under Europe streets. Our team has gone back into the archives and can't help but wonder if you'll expand your article to expand it.

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  • Norene Parisian says :

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  • Marcelo Stilwell says :

    Thank you for visiting this article. This is part of our series on WWII bunkers that you can learn more about at http://militaryhistory.org/ww2-bunkers. We can't promise to give you the latest scoop on things like who built the bunkers, but you never know what you'll find!

  • Dangelo Mann says :

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  • Hugh Stott says :

    Thank you for completing your registration to the Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned WWII Bunker Tour. Your ticket was emailed to you today.

  • Tracy Bjorseth says :

    We heard there was a war going on in your bunker...? Ok, let's talk about the experience you're having. Feel free to reach out to our support team. We're here to help.

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    Your reservation for a fully booked Soviet Cold War Bunker from Urban Exploring is confirmed. We'll be in contact as soon as we fulfill your reservation or you can follow along with our site or social media pages for updates.

  • Zora Medhurst says :

    Thanks for your interest in exploring a Cold War nuclear bunker hidden in a secret location in downtown Chicago. It's been a while since we've been given permission to go inside but we were lucky enough to finally be granted access. We'll be in touch soon to explain what you'll need from us when we get in touch with you.

  • Leni Rekkedal says :

    Would you be interested in exploring something uniquely amazing? The abandoned nuclear bunker from the Cold War is available for exploration. If you decide to take this on, it will be a safe and memorable experience. We'll put you in contact with the right people who will take care of getting you in and out, and you're going to have a blast.

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    Thanks for ordering a Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites. Your tour is on the way. We will keep you posted on the delivery status by email. Your credit card will be charged when your tour is delivered.

  • Fortunato Rodrigues says :

    Congrats on discovering our hidden war bunker. You and 2 others will make the amazing discovery this week, and we will share and film and distribute it. Please click on the confirmation email link for more details on the project.

  • Charlotte Gaines says :

    This is an early confirmation of your request to participate in an urban exploration of a Cold War-era US Naval Bunker. Your confirmation email serves as your yellow pass for this exploration. Please ask any remaining questions at the end of your yellow pass. Thank you for signing up.

  • Madelyn Nienow says :

    Your photo tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites is commencing in 1 hour. Please tune in.

  • Robert Silverthorn says :

    Our images show 2 abandoned bunkers from World War 2 that occasionally become exposed by urban development projects. The images can be found here.

  • Harry Feuer says :

    Wonder what's been going under Europe's Streets? They may be World War 2 bunkers that have been abandoned after the war.

  • Ronnie Frahm says :

    Thank you for ordering a photographic tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites! We will send you a confirmation email with your password to get started .

  • George Baier says :

    You have been brought into a door that has been left open, but you must always stay on the path. You have been brought to a secure bunker as seen in this picture.

  • Cleve Koelpin says :

    Thanks for purchasing! We will send an email with the host name of the bunker and some instructions on how to open it. We'll send you more information as it becomes available.

  • Joelle Volkman says :

    Have fun exploring our bunker! We hope you get to know the area and participate in your 10% discount for finding 3 other members to help you. We're always looking for interesting ways to improve this place, so if you have any feedback, we're all ears.

  • Juan Mathews says :

    Looks like the bunker was built around the previous war! Not sure what to make of that. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

  • maggiocarolyn says :

    Do you ever wonder about the stories of the World War II bunkers that lie beneath the streets of Europe's busy cities?

  • Loretta Patton says :

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    Success! Your order on photo tour of abandoned Cold War bunker sites has been confirmed. We'll be in touch soon to finalize payment, logistics, and delivery date.

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  • Niilo Niemi says :

    It was wonderful being able to explore more than just WWII bunkers with you. I hope you enjoyed your time exploring these old-school crevices. We'll be back soon with another adventure.

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