Ever imagine being 65 meters underground in a Soviet bunker? Built as a nuclear war shelter, the bunker was filled with everything needed to maintain the lives of 5000 people for a period of three months in the event of a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union. It was connected to the Metro system, offering an alternate exit to the outside. In 1991 the mystery of the bunker was revealed. It remained closed to the public, however, for another 15 years. Since 2006, it has functioned as a museum of the top-secret history of the USSR.
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william bloom 12 Jul 2010
My Daughter and I recently took a tour of St Petersburg and Moscow. The guides were professional and excellent. This Stalinist era air defence bunker was fascinating. On-site guides were extremely knowledgable and spoke excellent English. The bunker, the technology they employed, it's access, size and construction are all covered. Very enjoyable.
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