This huge military unit was abandoned three years ago. Many of it facilities and premises are still in a good condition. Right now we’re going to visit all its structures including an underground shooting gallery and classrooms, and look at its military equipment.
It was founded back in the 60s or maybe even earlier. In 2010 it became almost empty though some soldiers still guard it.
Underground storage pits.
The white gas mask and..
… the black ones.
Unfinished or ruined hangars.
Some of them were made from materials at hand.
Here they kept means of individual protection.
March 22, 1968 – what could this date mean?
Half-destroyed wood hangars.
A lot of green military boxes.
Some interesting books can still be found here.
Photo album of a radio station.
Canteen and boiler room stand next to each other.
In the canteen.
Food was cooked here.
Food pot, 250 l.
Big boiler room inside.
A little bath house next to the boiler room.
Coal for the boiler room.
Shoe polish is what every soldier needs.
Car repair shop.
Classrooms are still full of interesting stuff.
Here soldiers were taught to drive.
Samples of military equipment.
This wall rotates for 360 degrees.
The territory is very green.
This used to be a gym.
The military unit is slowly taken to pieces brick by brick…
Desks and chairs.
Numerous hangars of different shapes.
What is there inside?
Here is what.
One of the barracks.
They were leaing in a hurry…
They used to have a music centre and a TV set but only news were allowed to be watched…
Up on the second floor.
The room for ironing.
This building accomodates a library, a first-aid room and more classrooms.
Probably nobody needs such so small TV sets.
The door to the library.
But there are no books inside.
The main gates of the military unit.
The zone where they kept military vehicles.
Some of them are in an ideal condition!
This military unit does not look like this anymore. It was fully plundered by locals, soldiers from other military units and others. 90% of what you’ve just seen does not exist already. So sad.