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After the inaguration, in June 1978 by the dictator Enver Hoxha, opened to the public the anti-nuclear bunker built by the communist government. A 5 floor palace underground, with 106 rooms and an assembly hall, now turned into an historical and art...more
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This is very worth visiting but I can be a little oppressive.
Hard times were shown and made you feel it.
This is probably one of the biggest bunkers ever build and was built in secret. Only finished in 1980.
Unfortunately or fortunately is was...More
Not a happy history. Between the fascists and the communists folk at the bottom of the pile had it hard. Not just at the bottom either. Photos detail some pretty gruesome sights. Don't expect to be cheered up by this, but it's important to understand...More
If you are obsessed with tradition, culture and communism history BunkArt has it all, when i was inside it it seemed like i was living in the 70', there'r plenty of historic objects and history. I'll go there again, that's for sure!