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Mussolini's bunker open to the public

Article about: Nice article on the BBC website this morning, a short video showing the interior of Benito Mussolini's recently opened unfinished bunker that he had built after visiting Adolf Hitler's bunke

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    Nice article on the BBC website this morning, a short video showing the interior of Benito Mussolini's recently opened unfinished bunker that he had built after visiting Adolf Hitler's bunkers during the war. The bunker was constructed under the foundations of the Mussolini family villa in Rome, which remains in beautiful condition. Circular corridors were constructed to aid durability in the event of a dircet hit from an Allied air raid, and the walls were 4 metres thick reinforced concrete. The dank bunker had been closed for many years due to dangerous subterranean gases, but has now opened for all to see.

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    Do you have a link to the story ?

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    Thanks.

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    Looks interesting, if not a little damp!!!lol. somewhere else to go.....Cheers Terry.

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    Very cool. One more place to add to the list.

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    Anyone notice the young lady streching in the park.Ah Italia.

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