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“Facility D-0, Tito’s atomic war command, was built to accept, accommodate and protect  350 people and enable successful management and command over the armed forces in case of nuclear warfare,” explained the Ministry of Defense of the former Yugoslavia.

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  • AFP ( France version )

    Vétuste et sans vie il y a encore quelques années, un abri antinucléaire de Tito, bâti à l’époque de la guerre froide dans les entrailles d’une montagne de Bosnie, a été investi par des artistes internationaux qui l’ont transformé en un musée d’art contemporain.
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  • Radio Free Europe

    The Bosnian town of Konjic is hosting an exhibition of contemporary art in a unique venue: the nuclear bunker constructed in the 1950s for Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito and his inner circle. Many of the works by Bosnian and international artists use the location to reinterpret the region’s recent history. Produced by Zvjezdan Zivkovic, RFE/RL’s Balkan Service
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  • ARD network – SWR Fernsehen

    “Titos Bunker” – Parallel zur 4. Biennale im Ex-Atomschutzbunker bei Sarajewo stellen Künstler Bedrohungen der Gegenwart beim Württembergischen Kunstverein in Stuttgart aus!
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  • AFP video ( English version )

    A former nuclear bunker built for Yugoslav leader Marshal Tito during the Cold War has been given a new lease of life as a modern art gallery
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  • CNN ( Great big story)

    Nine hundred feet below ground, near the Bosnian town of Konjic, a once secret fallout shelter lies in wait. Welcome to Tito’s Bunker, a distilled version of the Cold War zeitgeist preserved in time. Created at the height of the Cold War by Josip Broz Tito, the late leader of the former Yugoslavia, today it protects rare art and serves as a chilling reminder of what humanity’s fate could have been.
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