In the event of a nuclear strike, the CP had to provide up to 24 hours of complete isolation.
The structure is cyclopean, produces a strong impression of the size and depth of labor and materials buried in the ground.
The command post cost the state 32 million rubles.
At 80th prices: the standard five-story building is 1 million rubles, the Chisinau Circus is 2 million rubles, the Opera and Ballet Theater is 4 million rubles.
The village of Olishkan, Moldova:
Two mines, each 32 meters in diameter, 62 meters in depth, 12 underground floors.
Located at a distance of about 20 meters from each other, connected by rubbish – iron rectangular corridors.
To the location leads a narrow, jolting road paved with concrete slabs.
Unfinished skeleton of some workshop
After a narrow road a large clearing opens, surrounded on all sides by a forest.
A strange kind of flat arena is 30 meters in diameter.
From above are poured concrete blocks.
Care should be taken, armature sticks out everywhere.
The command post was flooded with groundwater.
The surface of the water is at the level of minus the fourth floor, about ten meters.
To look into this slot is terrible, and when you think about what is below the water level there are eight more floors – it becomes uncomfortable.
One bunker was intended for the command staff, the second – for power plants, ventilation equipment, supplies and other means of life support.
Between the two shelters – corridors of communication and communication pipes of all sizes and shapes.
The ventilation shaft that goes deep and to the side.
In the far corner is the entrance to the metal corridor.
Ten meters goes straight, then bifurcates to the right and to the left.
Poterna leading to the next bunker.
20 meters, dividing two bunkers.
300 meters from the mines is a residential town.