12 The Biggest Underground Structure of Ukraine After the Subway

The Biggest Underground Structure of Ukraine After the Subway

Posted on October 14, 2012 by team

Bunker Alsou or object 221 (Protected Command Point of the Black Sea Fleet) is situated on the mountain Mishen in the Crimea, Ukraine. It is the biggest underground structure on the territory of the country except the subway.

The bunker had to become a reliable protection of the Black Sea command from a possible nuclear attack from the American side (Dropshot plan).

The bunker construction began in 1977. Mishen mountain represented a very solid monolith with no single fault. It was perfect for construction of a structure like this.


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12 Responses to “The Biggest Underground Structure of Ukraine After the Subway”

  1. raaa says:

    Is it open to “visitors”? Where is it exactly? Want to visit as a urbex explor.

  2. tom says:

    I love how in Russia there’s no pathetic Bill of Human Rights and how a man can roam freely without things that are deemed too dangerous are blocked off.

  3. XyuH says:

    Fallout 3 vault with ghouls

  4. CCCPFreak says:

    WHY??? WHY DONT BUILD IT????!!! And USE it i want to have a bunker instead of a normal house.

  5. Joe says:

    Tom, The man entered at his free will. Other than that your a retard.

  6. slawemente says:


  7. Igor says:

    Sorry Crimea is in Russia

  8. Stefan says:

    Crimea is in Russia? Maybe for such progressive nations like Nauru,Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicaragua, non-states like Transnistria, Abchasia, Southern Ossetia and such oasis of peace and freedom like Syria. Sorry, I forgot to write about them – the other more than 170 nations of the world I may not write because of lack of free space;-)!

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