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Report - Underground places in Lviv, West Ukraine

Bottlehunter

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
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Hi! Here is a short report about various underground sites you can meet in Lviv. They were used in different ways: military, economic, household. Nowadays most of them stay abandoned, difficult of approach and the entrances you can find in the very unexpected places.

Here is a typical soviet civil atomic shelter. Dozens of alike are located under industrial and living buildings in the city. Mostly they are demolished, flooded or totally spoiled. The one on the pics is located under the guarded territory so many interesting things have been saved.

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And this is a huge military bunker, in past command and control center for high military leadership. It could save in a case of nuclear attack. In time of USSR it was totally secret. Now we have only long empty corridors (about 1,5 km long) with the rooms on both sides, odds and ends of ventilation system, generators, etc.

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The old underground wine cellars. Four high empty abandoned rooms
are situated in a root of a mountain.

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But the most exciting sites - old city drains and underground river Poltva - I'll post a little later.
If you have any questions I'll be glad to answer.
And - welcome to Ukraine!
 

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