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나리 김 さんの 건물 ボードのピン | Pinterest
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Yann Souetre | Environment the “DUMP” | Pinterest
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untitled (tunnel) 2008 by Robin Friend | LIGHT | Pinterest
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Corridor of hell, architecture | inspiring architecture | Pinterest
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Sumitto Mochizuki さんの デザイン設定:都市・基地・工場 ボードのピン | Pinterest
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Who's Buried in Largest Greek Tomb? New Finds Raise Intrigue
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megadungeon entrance

megadungeon entrance

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Six miles northeast of Lagunita lies Tamchen, Sprajc’s other great discovery. Its name, which translates to “deep well” in the Yucatec Maya language, honors more than 30 surviving chultuns — deep underground chambers for collecting rainwater. (via Two Imposing Maya Cities Uncovered in Southern Mexico)

Six miles northeast of Lagunita lies Tamchen, Sprajc’s other great discovery. Its name, which translates to “deep well” in the Yucatec Maya language, honors more than 30 surviving chultuns — deep underground chambers for collecting rainwater. (via Two Imposing Maya Cities Uncovered in Southern Mexico)

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The Pyramid Trailer (2014) Found Footage Horror Movie HD

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dropanchors:

Gila Dwellings

dropanchors:

Gila Dwellings

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(via Skull Rock: Is this the Best Super Villain Lair Ever? ~ Kuriositas)
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This is the board game Der Bergbau, or The Working of Mines from The British Museum’s collection:, irresistably described as “An amusing sociable game, to which a plan is subjoined” (via The 1800s Minecrafting Board Game)

This is the board game Der Bergbau, or The Working of Mines from The British Museum’s collection:, irresistably described as “An amusing sociable game, to which a plan is subjoined” (via The 1800s Minecrafting Board Game)

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(via BLDGBLOG: NATO’s Underground Roman Super-Quarry)
"For nearly a century, beginning in the 1800s, these underground hollows were used by Jesuit monks as a secluded place for prayer, study, and meditation, and even for the carving of elaborate and impressive forms into the soft rock walls; then the Nazis took over, transforming this weird underworld into a subterranean factory for World War II airplane parts; then, finally, pushing the stakes yet higher, the whole complex of former Roman limestone mines, straddling an international border underground between two modern European nations, was turned into a doomsday bunker for NATO, a dark and mold-prone labyrinth within which military commanders constructed a Joint Operations Center for responding to the end of the world (whenever the time finally came)."

(via BLDGBLOG: NATO’s Underground Roman Super-Quarry)

"For nearly a century, beginning in the 1800s, these underground hollows were used by Jesuit monks as a secluded place for prayer, study, and meditation, and even for the carving of elaborate and impressive forms into the soft rock walls; then the Nazis took over, transforming this weird underworld into a subterranean factory for World War II airplane parts; then, finally, pushing the stakes yet higher, the whole complex of former Roman limestone mines, straddling an international border underground between two modern European nations, was turned into a doomsday bunker for NATO, a dark and mold-prone labyrinth within which military commanders constructed a Joint Operations Center for responding to the end of the world (whenever the time finally came)."

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The tunnel was enormous: It ran 1.5 miles, 66 feet below the ground. Authorities estimated that some 350 tons of concrete were used to build it, enough to build a small hospital three floors high, Yakubovich said. “We were amazed by the size of it.”

Hamas went to extraordinary lengths to hide construction of the tunnels from Israeli intelligence and military forces. In a scene straight out of the classic film The Great Escape, fighters emptied bags of flour — humanitarian food aid from the United Nations — and then used them to remove dirt from tunnel construction sites, Yakubovich said. Whenever Israeli air forces saw the bags on the surface, they assumed they were food deliveries, not evidence of Hamas secretly building an underground infrastructure.

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