Gallery: Cold War-Era Russian Bunker Transformed Into Massive Club Bene...

At one time, 3,000 people could live and work in the bunker for 90 days without assistance from the outside world. In the early 2000s, a private company scooped it up with the vision of creating a Cold War Museum coupled with exclusive amenities.
 
At one time, 3,000 people could live and work in the bunker for 90 days without assistance from the outside world. In the early 2000s, a private company scooped it up with the vision of creating a Cold War Museum coupled with exclusive amenities.

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