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Thursday, October 14, 2010

The Diefenbunker

The Diefenbunker. At the height of the cold war it was once a secret bunker just outside of Ottawa, built to house the Emergency Government Headquarters in case of a nuclear attack on Canadian soil. This massive 4 floor underground bunker was built not only to protect the safety of our Government leaders, but also to house all of Canada's gold bullion in a massive safe. After the cold war it was decommissioned and has become Canada's Cold War Museum. I visited the Diefenbunker earlier this year when we had Door's Open Ottawa, and I got plenty of interesting photos of the old school equipment and interesting relics still left in the museum. Enjoy!

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