The great powers in Europe had already fought each other before the First World War. A relic of this period is Fort Vrmac at the coast of Montenegro.
Since the 1960s the nuclear powers are aiming intercontinental missiles at each other. At the Titan Missile Museum in Arizona you can have a look at one of them.
Albania’s dictator Hoxha ordered the construction of 750,000 bunkers to protect the country. About 170,000 were built. Most are still in place and rotting away.
Until almost 100 years ago Tirana only had a few thousand inhabitants, but under the Communist Regime it grew to half a million people.
The biggest attraction in the ukrainian city of Odessa is not located on the surface, but below the ground. Welcome to the largest catacomb network in the world!
If you ever wanted to start a Total Nuclear War from an actual launch console 30 meters below ground – in this museum you can 😉
Deep inside a forest in Moldova a giant soviet nuclear bunker is decaying in silence…
When the media report about South Korea, it is rarely about the beautiful things. Sometimes it’s about the most recent high-tech toy from Samsung or LG, but most of the time about the still ongoing conflict with North Korea.
It just sits there on a patch of grass towards the end of the Vinschgau valley near the town of Mals in South Tyrol, Italy: An abandoned Word War I bunker. Time to have a look…