Gotta love the cold war… nuclear attack drills, iron curtains, mutually assured destruction, “Russians”, ICBMs, and (getting to the point) bunkers! Big, bad, deep, smelly, bunkers. This bunker hidden 60 meters below the streets in Moscow certainly fills the bill. Built in the 1950’s, sold at auction in 2006, it’s now open to the public, and serves as a cold war museum. This just makes Top Men want to see the bunkers we don’t know about.
- Here is a site (Russian) with lots of photos. (Translation to English – if it works.)
- Here is a brief YouTube video.
- Here is more info from the Moscow Times.