One of the key historical underground constructions where Beria was shot is claimed abandoned. Nevertheless, it is related to Moscow commandant’s office and is well-guarded by soldiers.
Lavrentiy P. Beria, a Georgian Soviet politician and chief of the Soviet security and secret police apparatus (NKVD), was arrested on June 26 1953 and shot on December 23 1953 at an underground bunker located in the yard of headquarters of the Moscow Military District.
The building itself is on the left.
The message was intended for a guard mount expressing the most peaceful and good intentions.
The bloggers who took the photos were persistent enough in their attempts to wait for the guards to fall asleep and walked it on tiptoe.
Before that they left another message for the soldiers just to prove again their intentions were peaceful: ‘Just Love’
Rooms inside the bunker.