20 The Place That Stalkers Would Love To Visit

The Place That Stalkers Would Love To Visit

Posted on May 2, 2011 by team


The place we are going to speak about in this post is really hard to visit. It's surrounded by a fence and guarded by special men with dogs. This is the highly protected Command Post of the Missile Division. Its building wasn't finished - the military abandoned it in 2010. And now it's being actively sawed up into pieces of metal...


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Having lost its top, the "sphere" (also known as a "hedgehog") became a bit less attractive though its inner structure is now much better seen.

The sphere was designed to enable survival during a nuclear war.

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20 Responses to “The Place That Stalkers Would Love To Visit”

  1. FührerBunker.AT says:

    F. Bunker here.

    Först!

  2. testicules says:

    Congratulations. Where has your brother Archy been? Did Edith poison him?

  3. Musa says:

    Interesting… I would of liked to have seen it finished inside and out.

  4. Ahilf_Dotler says:

    F. Bünker sücks!

  5. tomas says:

    I am sick of HDR

  6. Great set of pictures and a good job getting into that place. I can only hope that you had a tetanus shot before going there! Looks to be an awful lot of rusted metal just waiting to be stood on!

  7. Wraith says:

    Note the usual combination of “Soviet Cyan” and “Russian Rust”.

  8. Moo Ming says:

    Any Idea why russian military is abandoning this site in 2010? I would think that russians would have lot of money from selling Oil..

  9. very interesting photo for best thanx u.

  10. Crassus says:

    Very interesting, it looks almost as bad as Detroit.

  11. zak says:

    Are there any blueprints how this would have looked finished?. Great pictures.

  12. alessio says:

    Looks very scary to me, I go as far as watching the pictures…
    Asbestos, lead, cyanide and rusty sharp edges are not for me anymore, :-)
    Thanks for the good pictures!

  13. Nick says:

    If the military have abandoned this installation, where is its replacement?

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