7 Underground Submarine Base of the Cold War

Underground Submarine Base of the Cold War

Posted on June 30, 2013 by team

Mountain Tavros, which has a secret object inside, is composed of solid marble-like limestone, the thickness of the rock over the underground premises reaches 126 meters. So the structure has the first anti-nuclear category.

The underground complex with total square of 15 000 m2 was approved in 1947 by Stalin himself. In 1953 its main part started to be built – hydraulic structure 825.

They were working 24/7 applying a drill and fire method.


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7 Responses to “Underground Submarine Base of the Cold War”

  1. arazahra says:

    looks like a perfect location if they want to shoot metro 2033 film

  2. Stan says:

    You never know, it could yet come in handy, whether as a nuclear shelter or some other purpose.. minimal maintenance should be carried out as its such a shame that all the sheer hard work and resources it took to build it are just wasted.. MADNESS

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  4. trim says:

    Thanks for post

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