Nazi Bunker mystery Travel Attractions of Ukraine
You are planning to visit Ukraine to witness the event Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine? It is better to stop by to visit a complex of hiding Nazi leaders of Germany remains a mystery.
In the depths of the pine forests of Ukraine, specifically approximately 8 miles from the center of Vinnitsa, there is a hidden bunker made of thick concrete. The place was named Wehrwolf.
This bunker has a feature where all around there are thick walls of Nazi symbols, indicators reinforce this place is a bunker that once belonged to the former German dictator, Hitler. Built around 1941, bunker area has now become one of the places frequented by tourists, history buffs and especially the illegal diggers. Similarly, as quoted by the BBC on Thursday (3/15/2012)
On the ground looks a large cement mold that looks like a former swimming pool. In the ground, then there is a hideaway location made of cement and rocks to a depth of approximately seven levels.
Approximately May 2011, the local government had planned to make this bunker into a museum, but canceled due to several reasons. The Communist Party refused to perpetuate the area because it can be regarded as a place of worship of the dictator by the neo-Nazi. Also feared, digging area can release hazardous gases trapped.
Although the development was canceled, visitors who want to see the relics of the remnants of the war was still able to come up with a small bus ride from Vinnytsa approximately 3.5 hours, followed approximately 20 minutes walk.
This bunker was built by Soviet prisoners of war, most of whom later shot dead and buried in mass graves after construction is completed. A monument erected to honor the approximately 14 thousand people who died in the village nearby, Stryzhavka.
That said, it was bunker complex has approximately 80 buildings, including barracks, bars, casinos, power, telegraph offices, even churches. Setback when the German troops in 1944, Hitler ordered the place destroyed and blown up. Location Wehrwolf then forbidden to enter since then, leaving unspoken mystery and history.