Fully Stocked Abandoned Soviet Cold War Bunker

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  • Yaela Uil says :

    You can find photos and videos of WWII-era bunkers and abandoned military facilities. For example, one listing is for a bunker near Palm Springs, California. Another listing is for a USSR commando building in Berlin.

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    Remember that we're explorers and we're curious about what we see. So we're not going to disclose any details about the bunker. If you want to know more, we won't tell you-- but we'll leave you our phone number. If you enjoy the exhibition, please mark your calendar for Thursday, January 30th, 2017 and join us at 8:30pm for our free preview.

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