Exploring Abandoned Water Supply Reservoirs Under Kyiv

Columns in abandoned underground water resistor
Under city-center of Kyiv exist two huge underground water supply reservoirs. First one is with huge historycal heritage. It was built in 1871 as a part of first Kyiv water supply system, in 1950s object was refitted as a fallout shelter and totally abandoned in 1990s. The main hall of the underground reservoir. Arches and ceilings made of bricks are stand on massive columns. abandoned underground water tanks Bast resistant door inside water reservoir it’s footprints of reconstruction to bomb shelter. Also inside object exist some water tanks and gasmasks. blast resistant door in abandoned water resistant tunnels It’s a pretty good location for making movies. wall in abandoned water reservoir Join to our exciting guided tour to underground Kyiv! nuclear shelter water supply Second abandoned water reservoir much massive object and it was built in cold war times as an emergency water supply. It has the size of football field and celling are holding on the 8-meters high columns. Columns in abandoned underground water resistor   Under Kyiv 96 meters deep exist water pipe tunnels system which has 6 kilometers long. This tunnel, named “Shtolnya-1” was built in 1973-1976 as a secret object. Deep water tunnel in Kyiv This is a crossroads of tunnels in which are located several huge gates. wheels room in deep pipe tunnel This room is connected to the reservoir by shaft. exploring mine under kyiv Shaft has 96 meters high. 96 meters high shaft from deep pipe tunnel to water reservoir Something similar to this object but much more ancient exist in Istanbul, Turkey. You can read here Basilica Cistern. Underground water resistor under Kyiv city center Somethimest it’s possible to include visiting of deep underground pipe tunnel with our Kiev urban exploration guided tour, jst contact us;)

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