Former Russian Bunker Guard dog Kennels and more! Czech Republic 0722

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Bignickb

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In 2019 I was in the Czech Republic and got access to an old Russian bunker that was still Live! I returned to be told that there was more to it on ground level; Guard dog kennels and external ventilation apparatus! I had seen the latter in Google Earth and attendees of the rehearsal rooms below had no knowledge of their existence!
I got cut to ribbons in the dense undergrowth as I tried to find them so I could see why they had been missed, a Machete would have been better that my camera bag to carve a path up there!
Naturally with it being of Soviet origins - there is no information. Men with HAZMAT suits had been seen entering the bunker (Probably for pest fumigation) so I couldn't enter again.
On with the pics!

Air suckers in the undergrowth!


Inlets that seemed to be blocked!




One of 3 large kennels! That doesn't say Bad, it is Russian alphabet that I need to translate!


Strong and secure kennels!


Washroom.


Kitchen! And shower room for the dogs!


I've seen worse in clubs!




It's in there - Somewhere!
 

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I looked online for what was written on the dog kennel. Perhaps the first letter is a Cyrillic B. I did not find anything resembling the other two letters. All I found out was dog translates as дог.
 

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Google translate does a handwriting input in the bottom right of the window, it also does an original keyboard input there. Unfortunately I can't find the a with line above it, could it be slang or just the dogs' name? The closest I could get was вад which means in hell!!
 

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That looks an interesting place. The writing is a Latin style alphabet in Czech, rather than cyrillic in Russian.
 

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That looks an interesting place. The writing is a Latin style alphabet in Czech, rather than cyrillic in Russian.
Looking online, I found a wide variety of eastern European scripts (most called Cyrillic), some associated with certain countries. None seemed to match what was painted on the kennel. Perhaps the painter added his own style to the three letters.
 

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