Urban Exploration Of A Derelict Bunker

Explore over 60 abandoned bunkers, monuments, and cemeteries along with 1,700 underground missile silos in the rugged terrain of the Rheinberg Plateau in the Northwest of Germany.


Urban Explorers Explore Abandoned WWII Bunker

old bunker built by Soviet Union forces during World War II.

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☣️ Haunting images of abandoned WWII bunkers ☣️

Pictures show World War 2 bunkers separated by Europe Streets after abandonment by its inhabiters.

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Urban exploration of a cold war bunker ★★★★☆

Bunkers are now exploding in popularity as the modern market is limited on space.

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U.S. Bunker Located By The Sea ★★★☆☆

Many civilians don’t really know or understand what bunkers are for, or why they are used. Here are some quick facts about bunkers to help you out.

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☣️ Comprehensive information on each bunker ☣️

The site documents Cold War and WW2 bunkers across Europe.

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Bunker is embedded within the city of Ivano ★★★★☆

Urbex is all about exploring abandoned structures in urban areas. Some of these structures have been in ruin for decades, while others are in use in some capacity. I’m exploring abandoned Soviet military bunkers in an old mining settlement just outside of Ufa, Russia.

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Bunkers of the Cold War era

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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☣ Bunker sites in Poland and Russia ☣

Explore the depths of the Cold War as revealed by countless bunkers and hundreds of decaying buildings and sites, and discover the hidden and forgotten remnants of a political and military ‘hot’ war that left behind a legacy of abandonment and decay.

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☢ Bunker helps out during World War 2 ☢

Explore the secret places where the cold war ended. Explore World War II bunkers just waiting to be explored.

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Abandoned Places explores more than bunkers ★★★★☆

Underground World War II Bunker. Urban Explorers at Hansel & Gretel Tours are excited to introduce you to the forgotten world of the Hansel & Gretel Inn.

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Built by Nazi Germany as a secret military bunker

Explore underground structures like abandoned Cold War tunnels, bunkers, and military structures.

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Explore abandoned bunkers around Europe in depth

Bunkers that represent abandoned Cold War & WW2 Places.

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What happened to the bunkers? ★★★★★

Advantages of a bunker are numerous. They are mostly part of large buildings with reinforced walls, reinforced roof, and reinforced floors which are deeply buried below the surface. They are protected against most natural hazards, most chemical attacks, most nuclear attacks, most aerial attacks including most low-altitude attacks, direct hits from large shells, and heavy explosive blasts.

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Abandoned Cold War Bunker ★★★★★

A reality show about people exploring abandoned WWII bunkers for bits of WWII memorabilia.

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An abandoned Cold War bunker

World War II Abandoned Places envisions more than bunkers.

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Abandoned Bunkers Around the World

Thousands of bunkers believed to have been dumped during World War II.

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Bunker history World War 2

Capturing the beauty of what man once left behind. Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites around the United States are being patrolled by urban explorers. Leave it to photographers to show us these once mysterious places in safety.

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This is a fully stocked abandoned bunker ★★★★★

Bunkers were built in the 1930s in the forest of the Ardennes.

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Abandoned Cold War Bunker Sites

70 years ago, these underground bunkers were supposed to survive a nuclear attack.

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#Canada's Cold War Bunker ★★★★☆

It's a secret government bunker. What was going on in this hidden underground world?.

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  • Joel Mclavrin says :

    Your images show World War II bunkers that have been left abandoned under Europe Streets. It was great meeting you.

  • Heber Orn says :

    You've reached an archive of public domain photos of war era bunkers taken during the Schlieffen-Moltke campaign. The Digital Archive of Warfare will automatically send you updates with new items.

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    Thank you for your new bunker. Please make sure to keep it secret, as well as protect it from thieves! We hope you have a wonderful day.

  • Holden Jerde says :

    In order to take complete advantage of the place you want to explore, explore the place with a partner. You can work together or benefit from a guided tour. You will need a partner to explore a nuclear bunker.

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  • Timothy Connelly says :

    We're glad you're interested in this mysterious WWII bunker deep in the heart of Portugal, now known as the "Imperator Bunker." You can now go look at it on our map. We hope you like it as much as we do!

  • Ned Runolfsdottir says :

    Thank you for choosing our fully stocked abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker. Please note, the bunker is empty and no one has visited recently so if you find anything you find any souvenirs, please give them away.

  • Joy Spraglin 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!

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  • Rowena Tyner says :

    We hope you had a pleasant exploration at the bunker. Welcome to start exploring other abandoned worlds.

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  • schmittneil says :

    Thank you for your purchase! We look forward to your experience exploring this abandoned Cold War bunker.

  • Joel Mclavrin says :

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  • Bette Edwards says :

    Thank you for taking an exclusive look at the bunker. This is the only place you'll be able to see what is underneath Europe. This is a sneak peek, so please tell your friends about it.

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  • Minttu Raisanen says :

    That's awesome. I'm so interested in adding this bunker to my itinerary. We have a few updates to your reservation, please take a look.

  • Patrick Cromartie says :

    Hi there! We're so happy to hear that you're interested in exploring the abandoned nuclear bunker. We're sending you an email with all the details.

  • Julia Dougan says :

    Your bunker protection was effective. We suggest testing your bunker's durability by running this test.

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    Your bunker has been purchased.

  • Katelynn Bartell says :

    You actually got your bunkers, bravo! If you want to see what it would take to clean up the place, watch the video for possible solutions.

  • Jacinto Windler says :

    The Urban Explorers discovery of this world war II bunker is now in the hands of the authorities. They will be returning to continue their investigation.

  • mkhhokn says :

    We're sorry to hear that you're in the military. The United States Federal Government has been protecting the United States from terrorists and other criminal attacks since the attacks in 2001 in a variety of ways. One way in which the federal government has been protecting our country in recent years is by placing a number of underground bunkers in South Dakota, which is heavily inhabited.

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