Open Your Eyes And Look

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In this post you may see interesting stuff hidden in Brest fortress. Are you ready to face the truth? Are you ready to open your eyes and see that might change your whole concept? If yes, then welcome ahead, but don’t tell us we didn’t warned you!

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But first, we need to tell you a little bit about the history of this mysterious place.

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This is a fort in Bernada village, in the south of Brest.

 

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The wall of the refuge.

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The fort was erected in 1912-15. Are you really ready to move on and see the ugly truths that are over hundred years old? Then hop on:

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For starters let’s see a bit of this gloomy castle from outside.

After the Great Patriotic War here was made a city dump, all exits and entrances were buried. BURIED.

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Inside the asylum there were buried highly toxic ammoniac fertilizers. Can you imagine what a toxic stuff like this ammonia can make to a human body? Now, you are glimpsing inside the secret. Are you really ready to hear more?

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It all begin with this excavation in Belarus around five years ago.

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You see that red sign – it says in Russia – “Attention! Poison!”.

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The scientists arrived to the site and settled in this white looking tents. Also the army was summoned. What they saw there shocked everyone.

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Signs were installed to warn people never enter inside the burried castle.

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The buried inner wall of the caponier

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You still can change your mind and don’t view this posting further! We warned you!

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Just a few more photos from outside. In a short while we’ll go down, deep underground.

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From outside it all looks nice green and peaceful. But those are the military casemates, deep underground prisoners were held, chained to the walls in the dark.

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And here we go, this is the entrance:

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So what’s inside?

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Thick walls of the fort

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Footprint of the fort destruction in 1915

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This place is very old and holds a lot of mysteries, some are still not very understood.

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Those are the ammunition storage rooms.

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Can you imagine yourself spending a night inside of those? Hundred years ago they had no light, no electricity here. And some prisoners stayed here for the years!

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Do you remember this place is toxic? Let’s read on..

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All they used to bring light here were antique oil and kerosine lamp. Here is a niche for a kerosene lamp.

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The white cross markings in the niche associated with Christian burial chambers.

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Double-tee ceilings

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And now we are arriving to the  central gallery of the asylum. Here we go, closer to the heart of this gloomy place!

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A gallery was used for artillery and ammunition storage and protection of military personnel.

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Lookout point

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A well of the lookout

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Another buried exit

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A photo of the fort taken from a dirigible during construction in 1914.

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Scheme of the construction

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Hope you liked the story it’s going to be continued soon, please check the main site for more places like this and the next part of this story!

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48 thoughts on “Open Your Eyes And Look”

    • Hi Danny you know Hoek van Holland? My grandfarther in Germany was stationed there from about 1942-1944. Do you know a lot about this place? Is there a place called Kormoranwaeldchen or Kormoranwald ?
      I often took the ferry to GB and wished I could see the place my Opa talked about. Luckily they did not see any really bad things there. Best regards Carsten

  1. WOW.. those pics in the tunnels look SPOOOOOOKY!! especially with all those ORBS! looks like some place you’d see on one of those haunting shows or something!

  2. I guess a fort is short for fortification…I look at these pics and I see a lot of ef fort.. for nothing. Just think about the endless nights some poor shmucks suffered building, fortifing,dying for this area because some a-hole in a suit hundreds of miles away said it was necessary , and for what? dust to dust ashes to ashes and in the end the pawns died for the benefit of those willing to screw over the next guy more than the previous a-hole…

  3. OMG later when the ppl go look throw the keyhole and saw nothing but red ……later he ask his father and see wht is the room and the father says that “long time ago there live a man and a wife who had a son …… one night the father kill the mother and took the son with him after that a lot of ppl go into the room and they were killed with no reson the ppl says that the wife is still there but the had no ider but they no thw wife had RED EYES

    a story i see than i made up XD

  4. First I wanted to say ‘Hey, the Czech frontier territories are FULL of those’ cause the bunkers are just EVERYWHERE but than I sought how big this one is and … wooow

  5. Idiotic series of photos which explain and show nothing. just a story designed with several steps for you to (hopefully) watch as many as possible of their rubbish advertisements.

    Brest is a French town of the west end of Brittany, by the sea. What these idiots call “fort” is in fact a blockhaus, built on the cost to (try to) prevent attacks from the sea by German Navy. It obviouly didn’t work!!!!

    • Peter Koo has clear views; only that he rejected the original demonstration of a fort somehow similar to a blockhaus defense.

  6. Well….I was not intrigued or impressed. You waisted my time building up anticipation to nothing. If you would have shown me the dwelling place of people forced on a ship and forced to use the toliet on each other, beaten and abused at the hands of insane people sounds and looks more horrible. But you wasted my time…building up the scenes that showed nothing of horror….I thought you found skulls and bones.

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