Explore A Wwii Bunker

From a Cold War bunker apartment to a WW2-era doghouse, these eerie abandoned locations will be the perfect backdrop for your Halloween party.


☆ Visit the abandoned World War II Bunker ☆

Recently, some pictures have been making the rounds on social media over whether some old bunkers taken over by homes are veterans, shelters, or abandoned under some European city's infrastructure. While homes have been found in some of the bunkers, the issue seems less pressing. Here, I will explore this phenomenon through some history first, some architectural theory, some basic first principles of engineering, and some local historical context.

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" I Call It The Secret Bunker"

An Instagram account featuring eerie shots of abandoned WWII bunkers.

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⚛ Explore bunkers from historical standpoint ⚛

Originally constructed in the late 1940's by the Soviet government for storage purposes, this old Soviet Cold War Bunker shares an abandoned space just waiting for its next adventure. The challenge of the Urbex experience is to explore the night coming with uncertainty and terror.

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Urbex | Fully Stocked Abandoned Soviet Bunker

An album on cassette tape of the abandoned bunker sites on the cover of the first issue of a magazine.

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This is not your average bunker

Home of the most breathtaking, creepy, and interesting abandoned Soviet nuclear bunker in the world. We explore this abandoned property that is now in the dead of winter without any heat and within miles of the most luminous city in the world, and we share with you these thoughts and experiences in a weekly podcast and YouTube channel.

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Abandoned Bunkers and Secret Places Around Europe

Experience the fascinating world of The Bunker, a photo-based travel journal that captures the full breadth of abandoned Cold War bunkers from around the world.

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Take a tour of the bunker and its contents ★★★★☆

Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites are abandoned "for good reason" - Over the past fifty years, humanity has undergone a dangerous shift.

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Explore more than just bunkers

Abandoned cold war nuclear bunker, urban exploration.

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Europe Bunker Exploring Abandoned & Lost Places

Surprisingly, the United States now has more abandoned places than ruins from its last World War II bombing blitz. Unbeknownst to many, this now includes bunkers stricken with fungus.

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Abandoned cold war bunker, urban exploration ⚜︎

The high cost of real estate, which was on the upswing at the time, meant there were many locations that could be used as secure bunkers. And between 1945 and 1947, the United States government invested nearly $3 billion into buyouts of land that was then used as military bunkers. Add to that the fact that some of the best places for military bunkers were located on the surface, and you've got one of the biggest under-the-radar building booms of all.

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WW2 bunkers, Cold War ruins in Europe ★★★★★

Many people explore abandoned places, bunkers and former military sites to find hidden relics and lost treasure. However, there is more to explore than just relics and hidden treasure. Places that were once relevant are still full of life today. This abandoned place is an example of that life you can find in the most mundane places.

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Abandoned Bunker - Stradun, Zagreb, Croatia ★★★★☆

The World War II Abandoned Places blog has more in it about bunkers.

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Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites

Negotiate your way through abandoned bunkers, underground tunnels, burnt-out factories, and WWII relics. Arrange your way using the map to find your way into the most interesting buildings around Europe.

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Bunker are storage storage ★★★★★

Long-term urban exploration and HAUNT: The Abandoned Cold War Nuclear Bunker (www.hauntwar.com).

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A fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker

Urbex | Fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker.

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The corridors of the bunker were typically narrow

World War II was over 60 years ago, but some of these bunkers remain intact. Did these bunkers serve a purpose or were they intended to protect against a nuclear apocalypse?.

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The Bunker іn a Time Capsule ★★★★★

Use the code VOILA and check out our website for a first-person group tour and gallery of abandoned Cold War bunker sites.

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Abandoned World War II bunkers ★★★☆☆

In a time when our country was at war, the U.S. decided to build a lot of bunkers. In their haste, they left a lot of this construction unfinished. Ten years later, many of these bunkers have been turned to their intended use - covering ammunition bunkers, wine cellars, storage rooms, and more.

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⛔ Abandoned Bunker Advent FERA - Wikiwand ⛔

A sinister and sinister-looking bunker with lots of survivor and horror stories behind it is now available to buy and you can even use it for your own purposes.

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A photo tour of abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites

This abandoned Soviet cold war bunker was built in 1968 and remained untouched and untouched, and it still has a fully stocked living room and kitchen.

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☣️ Abandoned WWII bunkers from Haunting Images ☣️

This fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker is no longer in use while still falling asleep in its cracked, eerie moss while could spring to spring.

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Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites

Want to find out the history behind the old Cold War bunkers? You are in the right place, because these are the abandoned Cold War bunkers that you never knew existed. This channel is for those who are fascinated by these sites - mostly abandoned locations taken by people who love to explore abandoned buildings.

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⛔ Images of Abandoned WWII bunkers ⛔

Stop and take a photo at abandoned Cold War Bunker sites.

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☣ Bunker sites in Poland and Russia ☣

Bungalow Camp is a game reserve in South Africa. The game reserve was originally built in the early 20th century to protect the mine shafts, after the British decide to move South Africa closer to the bomb undetected. It was only used during the Cold War. If it wasn’t for its abandonment, the area would still be untouched paradise for nature lovers. The game reserve is abundant with beautiful wildlife, but there are still abandoned bunkers, ruined power plants, and other.

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

Soviet-era military bunkers are abandoned, declassified, sourced, and brought to you.

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Abandoned WWII Bunker of Gisborne, New Zealand

The number of bunkers wasn’t high, but the tactics for protecting them were. Here’s some logistics on what was done to protect the bunkers.

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⚛️ Bunkers, Cold War, and More ⚛️

Most of the bunkers are off limits to the general public.

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✮ Cold War secret bunkers explored ✮

Cold War Bunker brings the the danger and adventure the exploration of old government buildings and underground tunnel systems once did.

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Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places: Nuclear Bunkers

An old Soviet-era missile base near the town of Paldiski has been partially unearthed, with bunkers dating back to World War II lying abandoned under Europe Streets. The bunkers were said to be designed to protect the Soviet Union in the event of a nuclear missile attack.

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Overspeed over these abandoned Cold War bunkers

A documentary series about abandoned bunkers and the people who live in them.

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  • Shelley Beckner says :

    Hi. Images show World War 2 bunkers lying abandoned under Europe Streets. Would you like the article to be removed?

  • Priscilla Stroman says :

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  • Justyn Powlowski says :

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  • Karen Jacobsma says :

    Thank you for confirming that you've seen the World War 2 bunkers in Europe. I'm sorry to hear that they were in such poor condition. We will let the government know about the issue.

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  • heidenreichlaru says :

    I would like to take a look at a Fully Stocked Abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker which you have featured on your blog.

  • John Lichtenfeld says :

    Thanks for joining us on the Urban Explorers! We know you have a lot of interest in this exploration because you have attached a viewing cost of $180. Should you happen to discover a bunker with a million dollars worth of gold, a walkie-talkie, a pistol, a box of hand grenades, a jeep, or anything else that you might find valuable, contact us immediately,

  • iirfoboqp says :

    Thanks for checking out these WW2 bunker photos! But, what you don't see is the story that goes with them. A soldier named Baldomero Ruiz hid in the bunkers with his family. After escaping the blockade, Baldomero had his family, documents, and more stuffed into these bunkers for protection. He was eventually rescued by the French Resistance.

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    Thank you for your interest in Nuclear Bunkers. It was a pleasure doing business with you. Please feel free to reach out to me about any questions or concerns. Have a nice day.

  • Mathias Ehlert says :

    Hi there, I went ahead and reserved the bunker for you. It's fully stocked with lots of goods for you to scavenge. If you have any questions, just email me.

  • Prof Nina says :

    Your guide is ready for your tour! If you'd like to schedule a tour, you can schedule a meet on our site or on our app. You can also schedule on our Facebook page - Cold War Bunker on Facebook. We hope to see you on the tour!

  • Lawanda Steichen says :

    Okay, but let's take a moment to be clear on this photograph you shared. I've seen it before. This structure appears to be one of the underground bunkers left in the battlefields in Europe that are still there today. Now, I know you said that you are interested in finding unique things to photograph in Europe, but it doesn't make sense to photograph the same thing in every single

  • Prudence Ewing says :

    Thank you for your interest in our photos of World War 2 bunkers abandoned under Europe Streets. We're pleased to see you on board! If you want us to find a photo of a specific city, make sure you tell us its name.

  • Milton Coller says :

    Thank you for your order! Please expect your order list of the haunting images of abandoned WWII bunkers to be sent within the next few hours.

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    Thanks for your order! We'll give you a call as soon as the book arrives so we can arrange shipping and give you a tour of some important Cold War Bunker Sites.

  • mit Mertolu says :

    We regret to inform you that the Cold War Bunker, formerly known as the Malvern Mass, has been removed. If you are interested in underground exploration, please contact us.

  • Jeffrey Woolum says :

    Hi! We want to thank you for considering taking a tour to our fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker! We have limited tours available so be sure to book soon so you don't miss out. Our warehouse manager will contact you to confirm your booking. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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  • irjlikoy says :

    Is there a Cold War bunker that you love? Or a nuclear bunker from any Ww2 battle that you might have visited? We'd love to include it on our list of the Abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places. Share your photos and memories on instagram with #ColdWarBunkerForLinda

  • Alberta Tillman says :

    The abandoned bunker has now been excavated. Thanks for exploring with us.

  • Beulah Sandrock says :

    Thank you for your interest in visiting our bunker! There is no such thing as too much preparation, and we made sure to stock the bunker with everything you need for that once in a lifetime trip. The bunker is located in Zaporozhya in western Ukraine, and the entrance to the bunker is well hidden and protected from the public. Make sure to tell your friends and family and organize a group

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  • Alphonso Treutel says :

    You are now on your way to an abandoned WWII bunker. You are part of a group of urban explorers with the power to slow down time. To catch your breath, jump into the bunker. To speed up time, jump into the bunker.

  • Bonita Maggio says :

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