Well, I won't start a new thread for this, just now, maybe if Bernd likes similar and want to post then it will be worth it.
Let's take a walk in ~~Chernobyl~~ how do I strikethrough here?
Little-Moscow, a ghosttown of Hungary.
It seems the channel is about urban exploring, they visit abandoned places. Despite the vids are in Hungarian but maybe for the imagery itself is worth checking for Bernd. Lucky for Bernd, I find the commentary annoying, the dude's style is crap. Also I think they were here once.
This was a regular little town, beside the military purpose facilities (barracks, shooting range, etc) it featured everything necessary for civilian life, from school to playgrounds, shops and services liek hairdresser and movies. The twist is that Soviet crew lived in this place, this was a Red Army base where they stored nuclear warheads, the inhabitants lived like prisoners behind triple line of barbed wires (the middle one electrified for good measures) to prevent information leakage to the outside world. Even today, deserted as is, it is still guarded - but now on the order of the Hungarian govt. - and official permission was needed for these dudes so they can shoot their video. The site isn't visitable by the public otherwise.
The base was set up in the 60's and abandoned on 28th March in 1990. Since then, it's empty. The building was financed by the Hungarian state, built by Hungarian workers, under the direction of the Soviet comrades. The place covers 36 hectares.
In Hungary all in all 5 such places existed that were important bases of the Soviet nuclear arsenal in a way or another. This one was for the safekeeping of 8 warheads (something изделие № 7), in high-pressure storages.
I think I'll write one more post, with some further details.