In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

This is one of the alernate command posts of the Warsaw Pact contries located on the territory of Moldavia. There are similar constructions in Belorus, Ukraine, Russia, Azerbaijan.

Object 1180 represents two cylindrical blocks each 36 m in diameter and 60 m deep divided into 10-12 levels. There is an additional level used as a fridge centre.

The bunker was not finished and finally was abandoned, but the structure is so colossal that is truly worth visiting.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

It’s hard to imagine how deep everything is buried here.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Both blocks of the bunker are interconnected by a communication postern. Hundreds of pipes and cables stretch through it and support the command post.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Entrance to the postern from the upper level of the bunker.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

It’s easy to get into the command post through the upper level.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

But in darkness one should be careful!

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Looters have taken many things away.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

The staircase between the levels of the command block have also suffered looting.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Ice is still floating there

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

It would be nice for Indiana Jones movies…

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Typical storey of the command block has two big rooms and a corridor between them. The rooms are 4-5 m high. The walls are made of steel.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Quite surreal

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

The next block, its bunker has been preserved better. There are few unfinished structures and cooling installations there.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Postern exits and entrances

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Inside

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Lower than the sixth level the bunker is flooded, at the water surface is the ice layer 40 cm thick.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Exit to the communication postern between the blocks, its length is 20 meters. It’s fully from metal.

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

Cover of the bunker

In the Huge Abandoned Bunker

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19 thoughts on “In the Huge Abandoned Bunker”

  1. There are many operating bunkers new ones built in the ural mountain complex.
    One would think someone would get tetanus or some other contagion from water or metal workings.
    If you fall in there who would know.

    Mercal

  2. Also made for nothing i c.
    What do u guys think all that material costs now-a-days!!??
    Not to mention all the labour force used for it!!

  3. I’m just waiting for “S.T.A.L.K.E.R” the TV-series (yes, I’m a dreamer). This kinda place would be enough for one or two full episodes 🙂

  4. Ouch 🙂
    Nice to see people hurting themselves in the pursuit of fun and exploration. It’s how life should be.

  5. You are young talented people it would be so stupid of you if you hurt yourself more seriously – please be more careful use a helmet and some proper boots – sorry for the rant but being a father I can’t stand putting life at risk. 😉

  6. What a waste of money and how dangerous to just leave it like that – people could die exploring as I bet cell phones don’t work and it is no doubt in the middle of nowhere!

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