Film Bunker

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Film Bunker

The films that were stored inside this bunker were made of Celluloid which is highly flammable. The Russians blasted the door open which immediately set the films on fire. They kept burning for 3 days and after that only the empty film reels were left. The walls had turned black and concrete had fallen off the rebars. Until today, nobody has found out what kind of films had been stored in there.


The grand finale of the Berlin Trip was the Airport Berlin-Tempelhof. Once the largest building on planet Earth, it is considered to be the mother of all modern airports. It was shut down in 2008 but is now far from abandoned, so the best way to explore it is by paying for a tour.

More about our tour on the Blog:
Berlin Day 5: Tempelhof

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