A once-secret bunker designed to shield communist rulers of the former East Germany from a nuclear attack has opened to the public.
The three-storey complex, finished in 1983, was intended to house leader Erich Honecker and 400 staff.
At the time it was one of the communist world's most advanced bunkers. Now the walls are covered in mould and the decontamination chambers long-defunct.
keyboard shortcuts: V vote up article J next comment K previous comment