Abandoned secret bunker in Greenland revealed

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Inside an abandoned military bunker in Greenland

A top secret location has been photographed

In the northwest of Greenland, near one the northernmost towns in the world, there’s an abandoned Nike-Hercules missiles launch site at Thule Air Base. Flickr user ÐøÇ, visited the frozen underground facilities.

The photographer writes:

Rain and snow fall in from vents. The snow will melt in the summer but since the water has nowhere to go, it is slowly filling up the facility, freezing layer by layer. Ice covering the floor is over 3 feet thick and melts very little in the summer.

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