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Report - Abandoned Russian Missile Base (Czech Republic), June 2018



AlexUrbex1

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History/Background:

There is an abandoned missile base in Czech Republic we wanted to explore. It was an old Soviet missile base during the cold war and later in 2007, the U.S. government started negotiations to put up a radar and a military base. Majority of the Czech population were opposed to building U.S. military installations while the majority of the media and the government supporting the project. The plan was cancelled in 2011 under US president Obama's administration.

There are studies carried out on the Brdy mountains to preserve its natural state. The Czech parliament passed a law in 2014 abolishing the military status of the Brdy mountains which came into effect in 2016. Among the buildings remaining in these mountains, Klondajk hasn't been developed since 1925. During our exploration, we’ve seen that flora and fauna had come to reclaim it.

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The road leading up to the base was blocked by a log so we had to walk the rest of the way.

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No visible entryway around the 4-meter high concrete fence, but there was a homemade wooden ladder already placed by others with the same idea to explore the base.

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There are only a few urbex reports on this place, so we didn't know what to expect.

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Once we were in, we found ourselves entering a great room.

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Doors and walls so thick you get no phone signal. We made sure no one shut us in, not that we see anyone all day.

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We found a guest book which we have never seen in an urbex site before.

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It even had pictures of things in the room, it seemed really creepy. We though we might turn the page and see a picture of us and then get hacked to death.

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Who ever thought of having a guest book was very helpful; it even included a map of the place complete with markings. From the map and as far as we could see, it was huge. We were walking around for 6 hours and still missed a lot of spots.

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The base was clearly overgrown with crumbling concrete slabs. The buildings were still intact and a few were marked with graffiti, it turns out this place is nicknamed, Klondajk.

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This was very big and made us both jump.

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I've seen these types of creates in zoo programs, they transport dangerous animals.

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We didn't see anyone, not even the user of this cat-flap.

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You can see just how thick these doors are.

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What a great day, it just felt like an adventure
Loved every minute!
 

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