Vozdvizhenka Air Base – A Post-Soviet Era Landscape

From io9.com:

If you ever find yourself 60 miles north of Vladivostok in the city of Ussuriysk, you can visit the crumbling Vozdvizhenka Air Base, where gutted planes sit in the open for trespassers to explore. Crazily enough, security’s nonexistent here.

Are you going to be veturing to Vladivostok anytime soon? If so, I think this might rate as a “high priority” day trip!

Like what you see? Check out AtlasObscura’s post on the world’s largest underground airport – named Objekat (objective, maybe?) 505 – located at Poljice, Bosnia-Herzgovina.

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