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Putin's bunker. What is known about the underground city in the mountains of Altai, which can accommodate 100 thousand people in the event of a nuclear war

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Russian historian talks about Putin's bunker

Russian historian and political analyst Valeriy Solovey has revealed some alleged details about Russian dictatorial president Vladimir Putin's bunker where he could hide in the event of a nuclear attack. It is a huge underground structure in the mountains of Altai, which can accommodate about 100 thousand people.

The words of the Russian were reported by Marca journalists. It is reported that the tyrant may have been hiding there for a long time, occasionally leaving for official meetings (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).

According to the political analyst, Putin's bunker is located deep underground in Western Siberia, near Russia's borders with Mongolia, China and Kazakhstan. It is almost one of the most remote points of the Russian Federation.

Putin's bunker. What is known about the underground city in the mountains of Altai, which can accommodate 100 thousand people in the event of a nuclear war

It will take almost six hours to fly there from Moscow, because the distance from the Russian capital to the bunker is 4000 km. It will be very difficult to get there by car.

Valeriy Solovey believes that the bunker is a high-tech place built by Gazprom about 10 years ago.

There are rumors that a high-voltage substation was built on the site, which is enough to power a small city. The bunker can allegedly accommodate up to 100,000 people, but no one knows for sure who, other than Putin's family and his allies, can expect to live underground.

Putin's bunker. What is known about the underground city in the mountains of Altai, which can accommodate 100 thousand people in the event of a nuclear war

However, there was talk of the dictator's secret hideout long before the outbreak of a full-scale war in Ukraine. It is unknown how real the described place is and for what purpose it was created.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that British Prime Minister Liz Truss said that Russian President Vladimir Putin's threats to use nuclear weapons would not work.

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