11 The Special Underground Fortified Area

The Special Underground Fortified Area

Posted on July 18, 2011 by team


Before the beginning of the WWII an edict to create a "zone of total defence" around Moscow was adopted. This area included different fortifications that could detain fascists for some time if they came up to Moscow. Huge buildings, bunkers, tank guns and trenches were constructed very quickly. That is prisoners who must hold the defence. Fortunately there was no need to do this. The enemy army was stopped on the approaches to the fortified area. Here we'll speak about one of such places that is located in Nakhabino town of the Moscow region.


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The position territory enclosed and empty at first sight.

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11 Responses to “The Special Underground Fortified Area”

  1. testicules says:

    Pretty cool place. It would be an awesome park for kids. I know I would have loved to climb all over those turrents. Alas, it is Russia. It will always be abandoned and decaying.

  2. Boritz says:

    Some of the forts appear to be post WW2. Nothing vandalized, so is this within the territory of the military reservation?

  3. Otis R. Needleman says:

    I just cannot believe the sheer number of abandoned places in Russia.

    • Hipster Douchebag says:

      Not in just in Russia, even in the U.S. with its relatively rapid population growth has many places like this as well.

    • Xoos says:

      You r right.Russia is largest “living” abandoned country in the world.their abandonment list is continuously growing every hour! ! !.the next addition is moscow Kremlin! ! !.

  4. waja says:

    OMG! ! !Another abandoned in “Wipeoutland”.

  5. Goblin says:

    The pic with “6 truck can fit inside” is an example of a vehicle shelter from the late 1950s.

  6. historian says:

    Why should the keep old military buildings in a forest, then its cheaper to build new ones, moreover in a better location?

  7. testicules says:

    The last post!

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