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Underground Belgrade, Oct 2015

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Hi! There're some underground Serbian places for you.

1. Non-touristic part of Belgrade fortress.



2. The old tunnel used as a gunpowder storage.




2. The shelter where in WWII a jewish family hid.


Way to the house above.



3. Small military tunnel.




4. Bunker with two fire points.




5. Unique underground complex Tashmajdan. It consists of a bunker, natural caves and a Roman quarry. In these caves people hid during all wars. During WWII German occupants built a bunker where more than 1 thousand soldiers could live for 6 months without going out. In 1954 it was closed and forgotten, and the complex was reinvented in 2007.








So that's all for today, thanx for watching!:)

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