Bosnia nuclear bunker tranformed into art gallery

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A nuclear bunker built during the Cold War for the Yugoslav President, Josip Broz Tito, has been turned into an art gallery.

The shelter was originally supposed to hide Tito and his military command in case of nuclear strike, and took 26 years and $4.5bn to complete.

It is 280m (919ft) deep and 6,500 sq m (69,970) sq ft in size.

Marek Pruszewicz reports.

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