In today’s movies, the scenario of life after a nuclear bomb explosion is often played out. Some people seriously believe that this could happen in reality, and try to prepare in some way. For example, a millionaire purchased a Cold War-era bunker for himself and converted it into a comfortable home for $17.5 million.
In Georgia (USA), deep underground, there is a nuclear bunker that was built 50 years ago. It was purchased for himself by a millionaire and converted the shelter into a comfortable dwelling in which, in case of an emergency, it will be possible to live for a while. This shelter can withstand a nuclear strike of 20 kilotons.
The walls in the bunker are more than 1 meter thick. It is equipped with a special air intake system that performs the necessary filtration, decontaminating shower cabins. A state-of-the-art video surveillance system is installed in the shelter at a cost of $100,000.
Inside the bunker, which has a living area of 370 square meters, there is a living room, kitchen, dining room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The architects of the dwelling also took care of entertainment for the owners. The bunker also has a mini-cinema, a gym and a game room.
The converted bunker cost the owner $17.5 million. It took the owner five years to turn the abandoned shelter into a beautiful home.