Bunkers Are Being Used For Public Safety

Throughout the Cold War the United States built hundreds of nuclear bunkers in case of an attack


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Recently declassified files reveal abandoned Cold War bunkers, some with human skeletons still inside, left behind by troops during WWII.

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⛔ Discover abandoned bunker sites ⛔

The massive underground bunker also contained strange props such as a snorkel. Whoa! Stranger things await as urban explorers captured their discovery of a WWII bunker completely abandoned and accessible.

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Bunkers abandoned as weapons fall out of favour

The abandoned cold war nuclear bunker, urban exploration.

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✮ Abandoned Cold War bunker in a European city ✮

These exceptionally well-preserved bunkers were left behind during the Third Reich. These fortified underground structures have since seen decades of war, revolution, and cold weather.

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Explore an abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker ★★★★★

Looking for a good old abandoned spot to explore? This Cold War bunker is deep under Prague, still filled with all kinds of items, to loot or use as props for your photo shoot!.

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⚛ Abandoned nuclear bunker, explore urban areas ⚛

The bunkers were abandoned after the war and never used.

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Rituals take place in the bunker ★★★☆☆

Urban exploration of a former Cold War nuclear bunker.

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✬ Jungle bunkers were used during WW2 ✬

When I get up at 4:00AM every morning, I grab the thermos and head out for around 5 or 6 hours of urban exploration. Usually, I find some interesting buildings, secure a place to photograph, and then I allow the bucket and the shutters and editing software to do their work. This time, I decided to hike up a mountain and then walk for miles and miles and miles and miles before finding the bunker. After a grueling, sweaty hike and a couple of hours.

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⚛️ Explore the world's most haunting bunkers ⚛️

Urban Explorers Discover Abandoned World War II Bunker.

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World War 2 bunkers used to protect from bombs Ⓐ

This abandoned World War II bunker is a place of war, but it's also a place of peace.

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Bunkers lying abandoned under Europe Streets

See the sights of abandoned Cold War and WW2 US Military Bunkers.

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Investigate bunker during WW2 ★★★★★

Europe Streets are visible through the large holes scattered over the surface of the World War 2 bunkers.

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Fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker ☣️

Inside of these Cold War bunkers you'll find loads of secrets of these places. Some were created to shield against nuclear blasts and it also gives you a mini-history lesson on the Cold War.

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Abandoned Bunker and Lost Places around Europe ☢

Soviet and US military and intelligence bunkers and underground facilities found all around the world.

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✮ Cold War Bunker Discovered ✮

Images show World War 2 bunkers lying abandoned under Europe Streets.

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History of Cold War Era Bunkerlands ★★★★☆

From the war-torn battlefields of Europe to the metropolises of New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, a wealth of history has been lost to time. Yet, these architectural treasures still stand witness to a time long past. Each of these bunkers was a product of a complex and long-contested project that contributed to a certain region's architectural culture or its symbolic significance. While these unique, hidden relics have seen better days, here are a few from across the globe.

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Abandoned Bunker in the UK ★★★☆☆

Welcome to the world of WWII Veterans! Enter the world of World War II. This bunker has been abandoned for decades. An incredible chance to explore this legen ...

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☭⃠ Abandoned Cold War Bunker in Brighton, UK ☭⃠

The Polissya was a Soviet Union missile complex, a 56-cubic-meter bunker that served as a communications center for a nearby liquid-fueled liquid-fuelled liquid rocket engine complex, built nearby in 1963-1971.

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