Mussolini's cozy secret bunker, built for two, discovered in Rome3/23/2013
When workers restoring the caverns of Rome's historic Palazzo Venezia spied a small wooden trapdoor, they had no idea what was behind it. Neither did anyone else. The long-forgotten entryway led to Benito Mussolini’s last secret bunker. Located some 50 feet below ground, the fortified concrete shelter is unfinished, lacking flooring, electricity and a sewer system, but could potentially have withstood heavy air bombing, an attack vetoed in 1943 by British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden due to probable civilian casualties. The bunker was cozy, designed to fit two people, most likely Il Duce and his mistress. Though the discovery was made in 2011, it has recently been revealed to the public, and will open for tourists this summer, complete with an air raid simulation. [Source]
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