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Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Posted in Pictures   16 Jul 2010   / 20844 views

This nuclear bunker is named after Marshal Tito. It was built in the ‘70s in Yugoslavia. For many years, this place was a total secret to everybody but a few people. Only in 1992 this bunker was revealed to publicity after Bosnia separated from Yugoslavia and invaded it.

Tito bunker is about 70,000 square feet, there are over 100 bedrooms, offices and conference rooms here. The furniture is wooden and looks neat.

This place can serve its purpose even today, if restocked with supplies. It can allow up to 350 people live inside for 6 months without ever coming outside.

 

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

Visiting a Secret Nuclear Bunker in Yugoslavia (48 pics)

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Comments (17):

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Zoroit 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
LOVE YOU BOSNA heart
       
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Bosanac 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Minor mistake, but very important to Bosnians... Actually, Bosnia never invaded Yugoslavia. It was the other way around.
       
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bojan 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
please ,shut up ,if you dont now history of this country,dont speak lies , bosnia was integral part of Yugoslavia, and JNA was the legit military on these lands

how can a country invade itself ,and I repeat the Yugoslavian peoples army was the only legitimit force in Yugoslavia
       
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Luka 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
On that toalet paper it seems to be American flag. n_tongue
       
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Forrest 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Luka, that could easily be the truth :D

bojan,you have a point... invasion is not the right term...
       
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don't care bout no name 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
no shitfucks...
croatia, slovenia and bosnia voted for independence... majority of people decided to come out from yugoslavian federation...
from that point on, they were sovereign states... JNA needed to pull out all their troops from those countries...
instead they employed lots of serbs and tried to conquer everything they could...
after 1990. it wasn't yugoslavia, those were sovereign countries... and it was an invasion...
or if you prefer, attack from Yugoslavia towards Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia...
       
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Luka 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Yup,same thing over again with Catalonia,Kosovo and many more regions that want to be independent.At the end we would have 198475939 countries with 100 citizens or less.

JC_doubledown
       
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cove 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
jebem vam majku cetnicku,ne lazite ovdje gdje ljudi ne znaju sta je bilo!zna se da je srbija napala bih i hrvatsku,sad se historija mijenjat ne moze.plus,srbija je prva donijela svoj ustav i tako se iskljucila iz jugoslavije,tako da nemate nikakvo pravo kenjat da je od 1990 jna bila narodna armija.bila je srpska. suicide
       
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Luka 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
JNA was the legit military.........Amen elvis
       
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... 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Србија Србима напоље са другима!
       
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ivan4563463 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Cove turcine napusi se kurcina
       
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radmila 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Jesus Christ you fucktards...can't someone post anything about Yugoslavia without assholes pouring out of the woodwork with their personal politics and attacks on everything and anything that is said. Yugoslavia existed. This was part of it. Move on.

PS: Here's my little morsel of political opinion. Some regions in the world need a Dictator like Tito to keep small minded nationalists from tearing the country apart...even though he had "favorites".
       
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Alen 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
ovo je u bosni ne u jouoslaviji..pederi retardirani
       
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Forrest 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
LMAO n_lol
       
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Zoran 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Yugoslavia was broken up by force; western imperialism kind of force. Its sad that a lot of you are trying to make a point by spreading misinformation fueled by your own personal agendas, be it nationalism or whatever.

Vi ste svi seljaci koji danas nemaju para ni za kruh a kamoli ista drugo... Eto vam vas komad zemlje a sad budite robovi od corporate Amerike... zato dan danas pusite kurac i muzete krave. Nekad smo bili nesto u onoj Evropi.

       
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2Cool4Ice 5 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#3 weard they didnt see you !
You can't get lost if you follow your own path
       














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