16 Russian Fortications from World War 2

Russian Fortications from World War 2

Posted on May 7, 2007 by

Russian fortifications from WW2 1

These are photos of fortified structures scattered in the forests around St. Petersburg and Kronstadt island which were used in the World War 2 and some in World War 1.

Russian fortifications from WW2 2

Russian fortifications from WW2 3


16 Responses to “Russian Fortications from World War 2”

  1. OverLoad says:

    1897 – 1913
    world war 2 ?

  2. Sarah Abramov says:

    I want to live in those catacombs!

  3. Bleuet says:

    Perfect to play paintaball

    • Boris Abramov says:

      I agree. I love paintball and what could be better place for it then this :)

      • Aiwan says:

        What the hell& Build your own “fortifications”, and dont tjuch these ones. It’s sad that they aren’t in proper conditions ,as the memorials of wars should be.

  4. Boris says:

    Very good (and long) log of excavating WII weapons, fortifications, objects, etc.: http://www.theserpentswall.com/

    It never gets boring and has numerous pictures, written by the same person who has revisited Chernobyl.

  5. Gurtek says:

    great pictures indeed……………
    Greetings from India

  6. Steve! says:

    i like the vodka racks in pic 28 lol verry russian indeed

  7. This would be an awesome place to play paintball, them bunkers would add to the drama of a scenario lot.

  8. Paintball says:

    The best paintball sites in england are run by these guys if your interested?

  9. Bullwinkle says:


    Where have you been sexy? Do you still have your combat boots on? Are you ready for me to come hop in the shower with you?

  10. Bullwinkle says:

    Don’t abuse my name. I only like woman. U like ass sex?

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