Former top-secret Chinese nuclear bunker that's the world's largest man-made cave at one MILLION square feet is now open to the public

Former top-secret Chinese nuclear bunker that's the world's largest man-made cave at one MILLION square feet is now open to the public
 

It could be straight out of a Bond movie.
This vast underground cavern, formally a top-secret Chinese nuclear base, has finally opened for tourists to have a poke around.
Hailed as the largest man-made cave in the world, the 816 Nuclear Military Plant, located in the mountains of Fuling district in China's Chongqing municipality, was designed to manufacture plutonium in the 1960s - a 17-year project involving more than 60,000 soldiers.
While it was stopped from going into operation in 1984, the base wasn't declassified until April 2002, and it hasn't been open to foreign visitors until... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail
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