Nobody can tell the real story of this finding. Nobody knows who buried it here, at the place where a Cossack village used be situated more than 200 years ago. But we can only imagine what euphoria is felt when you manage to find something so old and precious. It's like a time travel, like
touching the history of your ancestors. A couple of guys whose hobby is looking for old buried stuff were lucky enough to find 297 five-kopeck coins of czarinas Elizabeth and Catherine and 27 silver coins of different denominations. The "youngest" of them are dated 1802.
All Sebastopol, Ukraine, can be called a huge fortress because the city consists of numerous fortifications - batteries, bunkers and underground shelters, tunnels, collectors etc. It would take long months to explore the city underground. Today we
gonna visit one mine and torpedo tunnel built in the end of the 20s - early 30s that was used for storage of ammunition for combat ships and an alternate command post that was built in the same period but was repeatedly modernized.