During the Cold War, what appeared to be civilian houses were used in several European countries as a way to mask military installations.
One of the countries in which this was done was the now disappeared Yugoslavia, which after World War II was subjected to a communist dictatorship that disappeared in 1992. Despite the ideology of its regime and the fact that initially the country was a satellite of the USSR, in 1948 the Yugoslav dictator, Tito, disassociated himself from Moscow, and a few years later promoted the so-called Movement of Non-Aligned Countries, formally neutral.
Communist Yugoslavia maintained relatively good relations with Western countries, which left it isolated from the Warsaw Pact countries in the Cold War years. Despite being a neutral country, the country prepared numerous underground military installations to be able to face a possible nuclear war. The most impressive was the Željava air base, which we have already seen here, built under a mountain.
The military installation that concerns us today was much more modest and was located under a two-story rural house, with the typical gabled roof. Named Objekt Z1, it looked like just another farm, but concealed a secret bunker beneath it, built to withstand nuclear war and with blast-proof doors. The Lost Trails urban exploring group found that bunker and recently explored it. A month ago he published a video in which he shows those military installations that are now abandoned:
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