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A nondescript neoclassical building on a quiet street serves as an entry to the 7000 sq. meter space designed and built after the first series of nuclear test by the Soviet Union, 165 ft. beneath ground in order to survive a nuclear fallout.
In the webside advise you that you should book your tickets but they answer you in a week aprox. There are two tours in English per day, the first is at 13,30h and the other at 17h.
They show you a film, which it takes...More
Once-secret military complex, bunker is 65 meters underground. in connection with the early threat of nuclear war with the United States in 1951. The underground complex was built using the same technique that was used in the construction of the subway. It has tunnel connection...More
The bunker itself it is not so easy to find, and you need to knock and see if someone comes out to answer. Best thing is to call ahead as the tours are made at random I think. I was lucky and after about 15...More
It is a very interesting visit. WE could feel how was the live in Moscow during the Second War. We go down several floors to see where Stalin used to stay during the bombing.
Tverskaya can’t be discovered with just a first glance, the neighborhood is shaped around a long street populated with well-known shops and brands. But it’s more than shopping that makes this place interesting. Take a few steps into the streets running parallel to the main artery to discover the charm just behind the mighty Stalinist style architecture. Comfy European pedestrian streets Bolshaya Dmitrovka or
Stoleshnikov lane are a great place to start. Locals can be found here working, eating, shopping, resting and going to the Bolshoi Theatre in the evening.
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