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Vladimir Manyuhin Apocalypse art

Life After the Apocalypse by Vladimir Manyuhin [17 Pics]

Mar 13 2013

Another great project that gives us a glimpse of what our planet could look like after an apocalypse.

Vladimir Manyuhin throws in a nice twist to his art by showing how various locations would look like during different seasons and different times of day. Enjoy!

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Apocalypse House Preview

The Perfect House to Survive the Apocalypse

Mar 23 2012

In a way this is similar to the zombie proof house that we mentioned last year, but this seems so much more realistic - and the possibilities with this one are endless.

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Blast Door of a Minuteman Silo

Mar 10 2012

Located in interior South Dakota, this was one of many Minuteman Nuclear Rocket Silos strategically placed all over the continental states. A very cool inscription reads on the base blast door.

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Air Force Missile Site 8

Air Force Missile Site 8 - That Nearly Began World War 3

Nov 10 2011

Retired top-secret installations are nothing short of jaw-dropping, and this one definitely does not fail to impress. This top secret facility was also once known as Titan II ICBM Site 571-7 because of the massive Titan II missile that it housed inside of it.

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Cactus Dome Nuclear

Cactus Dome: The Giant Vault Hiding the Past

Oct 2 2011

During the 1950's United States conducted many nuclear tests over the "Pacific Proving Grounds". This was one of them. In 1958 operation "Cactus" was completed - an 18 kT (kiloton) nuclear bomb was dropped and this 350ft crater was created.

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Abandoned Nuclear Bombers

Abandoned Soviet Heavy Bomber Regiment

Jun 17 2011

Russia has many military installations, however before the break apart of the Soviet Union they had even a larger number in case of a nuclear war with the USA. This abandoned airfield should give you an idea of how much military equipment there was.

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Soviet Typhoon Submarine

Biggest Submarine in the World

Mar 21 2011

This is submarine “Typhoon” as it was called in NATO documents or “Shark” as it was called in Russia. It is considered to be the biggest submarine in the world, with over than 170 meters (515 feet) long and 23 meter (70 feet) wide. It can carry 20 ballistic nuclear missiles and there were only six of those built.

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Soviet Nuclear Deserted Bunker

Deserted Russian Nuclear Retaliation Control Bunker

Feb 25 2011

Deserted nuclear retaliation control bunker presents a very striking image. Just imagine: 125-ton capsule 33 meters high, 12 tiers. It is hanging on stretchings for the amortization in case of attack and is projected for 45 days of functioning.

Let’s see how it looks inside – who knows, maybe mankind will need such bunkers in the near future?

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