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JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/NUCLEAR-TOURISM
RTX6A9B3
June 21, 2018
A sign board showing tsunami shelter is seen in front of the collapsed buildings of Suwa Shrine at an...
FUTABA TOWN, Japan
A sign board showing tsunami shelter is seen in front of the collapsed buildings of Suwa Shrine at an...
A sign board showing tsunami shelter is seen in front of the collapsed buildings of Suwa Shrine at an area devastated by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, in Futaba town, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture, Japan May 18, 2018. Picture takenMay 18, 2018. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
NEW YORK-NUCLEAR/
RTX3YZY8
December 27, 2017
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung over the entrance to P.S. 38 in the Brooklyn borough...
New York, UNITED STATES
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung over the entrance to P.S. 38 in the Brooklyn borough...
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung over the entrance to P.S. 38 in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., December 7, 2017. Picture taken December 7, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
NEW YORK-NUCLEAR/
RTX3YZY5
December 27, 2017
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung on a building in the Brooklyn borough of New York,...
New York, UNITED STATES
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung on a building in the Brooklyn borough of New York
A yellow nuclear fallout shelter sign is seen hung on a building in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., December 7, 2017. Picture taken December 7, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z5W
April 26, 2017
A toilet is pictured in Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro...
Osaka, Japan
A toilet is pictured in Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro...
A toilet is pictured in Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro Nishimoto's house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z5V
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use the exit of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use the exit of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use the exit of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room installed in the basement of his house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z5U
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., walks into a basement where the model room for the companyÕs...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., walks into a basement where the model room for the companyÕs...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., walks into a basement where the model room for the companyÕs nuclear shelters is installed during an interview with Reuters in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z5P
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., wears a gas mask as he presents the model room for the companyÕs...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., wears a gas mask as he presents the model room for the companyÕs...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., wears a gas mask as he presents the model room for the companyÕs nuclear shelters during an interview with Reuters in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z5J
April 26, 2017
The house of Seiichiro Nishimoto, president of the Shelter Co., where the model room for the companyÕs...
Osaka, Japan
The house of Seiichiro Nishimoto, president of the Shelter Co., where the model room for the companyÕs...
The house of Seiichiro Nishimoto, president of the Shelter Co., where the model room for the companyÕs nuclear shelters is installed, is pictured in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z5F
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses in front of a blast door at the entrance of a model room...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses in front of a blast door at the entrance of a model room...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses in front of a blast door at the entrance of a model room for his companyÕs nuclear shelters during an interview with Reuters in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z57
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use a radiation-blocking air purifier in...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use a radiation-blocking air purifier in...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use a radiation-blocking air purifier in case of power outage at the model room for Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelters in the basement of his house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z4Y
April 26, 2017
Emergency foods are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement of its CEO...
Osaka, Japan
Emergency foods are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement of its CEO...
Emergency foods are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro Nishimoto's house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z4X
April 26, 2017
Radiation-blocking air purifiers are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement...
Osaka, Japan
Radiation-blocking air purifiers are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement...
Radiation-blocking air purifiers are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro Nishimoto's house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z4W
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use a radiation-blocking air purifier in...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use a radiation-blocking air purifier in...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., demonstrates how to use a radiation-blocking air purifier in case of power outage at the model room for Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelters in the basement of his house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z3Z
April 26, 2017
The exit of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room is pictured in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro...
Osaka, Japan
The exit of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room is pictured in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro...
The exit of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room is pictured in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro Nishimoto's house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z3Y
April 26, 2017
Radiation-blocking air purifiers are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement...
Osaka, Japan
Radiation-blocking air purifiers are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement...
Radiation-blocking air purifiers are seen in the model room of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro Nishimoto's house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z3E
April 26, 2017
A gas mask, a Geiger counter and emergency goods are seen in Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room...
Osaka, Japan
A gas mask, a Geiger counter and emergency goods are seen in Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room...
A gas mask, a Geiger counter and emergency goods are seen in Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z30
April 26, 2017
A blast door is seen at the entrance of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room, placed in the basement...
Osaka, Japan
A blast door is seen at the entrance of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room in Osaka
A blast door is seen at the entrance of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room, placed in the basement of its CEO Seiichiro Nishimoto's house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z2V
April 26, 2017
The entrance of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room, which is placed in the basement of the company's...
Osaka, Japan
The entrance of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room is pictured in Osaka
The entrance of Shelter Co.'s nuclear shelter model room, which is placed in the basement of the company's CEO Seiichiro Nishimoto's house, is pictured in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z2P
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear shelters in the basement of his house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z2N
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear shelters in the basement of his house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NORTHKOREA-JAPAN/SHELTER
RTS13Z2M
April 26, 2017
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear...
Osaka, Japan
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear...
Seiichiro Nishimoto, CEO of Shelter Co., poses wearing a gas mask at a model room for the companyÕs nuclear shelters in the basement of his house in Osaka, Japan April 26, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/DRILL
RTS1288O
March 10, 2017
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation...
Tokyo, Japan
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation...
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation drill at an elementary school in Tokyo, Japan March 10, 2017, a day before the six-year anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster that killed thousands and set off a nuclear crisis. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/DRILL
RTS1286A
March 10, 2017
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation...
Tokyo, Japan
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation...
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation drill at an elementary school in Tokyo, Japan March 10, 2017, a day before the six-year anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster that killed thousands and set off a nuclear crisis. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/DRILL
RTS12869
March 10, 2017
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation...
Tokyo, Japan
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation...
School children take shelter under desks during an earthquake simulation exercise in an annual evacuation drill at an elementary school in Tokyo, Japan March 10, 2017, a day before the six-year anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster that killed thousands and set off a nuclear crisis. REUTERS/Issei Kato TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL
RTSTVJ2
November 29, 2016
President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Sir Suma Chakrabarti and Chairman...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
EBRD President Chakrabarti and Chernobyl Shelter Fund Chairman Blix attend a ceremony to unveil the 'New...
President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Sir Suma Chakrabarti and Chairman of Chernobyl Shelter Fund Hans Blix attend a ceremony to unveil the 'New Safe Confinement' (NSC) arch, that will block radiation from the damaged reactor, at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Ukraine November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL
RTSTVIJ
November 29, 2016
President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Sir Suma Chakrabarti and Chairman...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
EBRD President Chakrabarti and Chernobyl Shelter Fund Chairman Blix attend a ceremony to unveil the 'New...
President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Sir Suma Chakrabarti and Chairman of Chernobyl Shelter Fund Hans Blix attend a ceremony to unveil the 'New Safe Confinement' (NSC) arch, that will block radiation from the damaged reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Ukraine November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL
RTSTVI1
November 29, 2016
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Poroshenko, EBRD President Chakrabarti and Chernobyl Shelter Fund Chairman Blix attend...
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Sir Suma Chakrabarti and Chairman of Chernobyl Shelter Fund Hans Blix attend a ceremony to unveil the 'New Safe Confinement' (NSC) arch, that will block radiation from the damaged reactor, at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Ukraine November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL
RTSTVHL
November 29, 2016
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (R), President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Poroshenko, EBRD President Chakrabarti and Chernobyl Shelter Fund Chairman Blix attend...
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (R), President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Sir Suma Chakrabarti (2nd R) and Chairman of Chernobyl Shelter Fund Hans Blix (2nd L) attend a ceremony to unveil the 'New Safe Confinement' (NSC) arch, that will block radiation from the damaged reactor, at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Ukraine November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL
RTSTVF4
November 29, 2016
Chairman of Chernobyl Shelter Fund Hans Blix looks on in front of a 'New Safe Confinement' (NSC) arch,...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
Chairman of Chernobyl Shelter Fund Blix looks on in front of the 'New Safe Confinement' arch at the Chernobyl...
Chairman of Chernobyl Shelter Fund Hans Blix looks on in front of a 'New Safe Confinement' (NSC) arch, that will block radiation from the damaged reactor, at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Ukraine November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
LATVIA-MISSILES/
RTSJJGO
July 25, 2016
Former Soviet Army officer Leonid Konovalov enters underground bomb shelter at the abandoned former Soviet...
ZELTINI, Latvia
Former Soviet Army officer Konovalov enters underground bomb shelter at the abandoned former Soviet R12...
Former Soviet Army officer Leonid Konovalov enters underground bomb shelter at the abandoned former Soviet R12 nuclear missile base in Zeltini, Latvia, July 22, 2016. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2B9QJ
April 22, 2016
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the New Safe Confinement...
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (R) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine April 22, 2016. Picture taken through a bus window. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2B9PT
April 22, 2016
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure...
Pripyat, Ukraine
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the NSC structure at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power...
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (R) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant are seen from Ukraine's abandoned town of Pripyat, Ukraine, April 22, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2B9OX
April 22, 2016
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure...
Pripyat, Ukraine
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the NSC structure at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power...
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (R) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant are seen from Ukraine's abandoned town of Pripyat, Ukraine, April 22, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBYXQ
March 23, 2016
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure...
Pripyat, Ukraine
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the NSC structure at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power...
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (R) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant are seen from Ukraine's abandoned town of Pripyat, Ukraine, March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBYXO
March 23, 2016
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (R) and the New Safe Confinement...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the New Safe Confinement...
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (R) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (L) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine, March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBYXN
March 23, 2016
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (R) and the New Safe Confinement...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the New Safe Confinement...
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (R) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (L) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine, March 23, 2016. Picture taken through a window. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBYXM
March 23, 2016
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (R) and the New Safe Confinement...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the New Safe Confinement...
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (R) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (L) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine, March 23, 2016. Picture taken through a window. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBYXD
March 23, 2016
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure...
Pripyat, Ukraine
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the NSC structure at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power...
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (R) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant are seen from Ukraine's abandoned town of Pripyat, Ukraine, March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBYX8
March 23, 2016
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure...
Pripyat, Ukraine
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the NSC structure at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power...
A containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (R) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant are seen from Ukraine's abandoned town of Pripyat, Ukraine, March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBYX3
March 23, 2016
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor and the New Safe Confinement...
A general view shows a containment shelter for the damaged fourth reactor (L) and the New Safe Confinement (NSC) structure (R) at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine, March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTSB2XN
March 18, 2016
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite leaves a sleeping room inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker,...
Cochem, Germany
Tour guide leaves a sleeping room inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite leaves a sleeping room inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTSB2XM
March 18, 2016
People wait outside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker prior to the bunker's official opening...
Cochem, Germany
People wait outside a Bundesbank bunker prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem...
People wait outside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTSB2XC
March 18, 2016
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite opens a decontamination chamber inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank)...
Cochem, Germany
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite opens a decontamination chamber inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite opens a decontamination chamber inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTSB2XB
March 18, 2016
Document files are seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official...
Cochem, Germany
Document files are seen inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Document files are seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTSB2XA
March 18, 2016
Document files are seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official...
Cochem, Germany
Document files are seen inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Document files are seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTSB2X9
March 18, 2016
Communication equipment is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's...
Cochem, Germany
Communication equipment is seen inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Communication equipment is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTSB2X5
March 18, 2016
Office work space is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official...
Cochem, Germany
Office work space is seen inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Office work space is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-BUNKER/
RTSB2X2
March 18, 2016
A door locking mechanism is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's...
Cochem, Germany
Door locking mechanism is seen inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
A door locking mechanism is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
A 20 metre high spiral staircase in a tower used as an emergency exit, is seen inside a Federal Reserve...
Cochem, Germany
Spiral staircase in a tower used as an emergency exit is pictured in Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
A 20 metre high spiral staircase in a tower used as an emergency exit, is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
A 20 metre high spiral staircase in a tower used as an emergency exit, is seen inside a Federal Reserve...
Cochem, Germany
Spiral staircase in a tower used as an emergency exit is pictured in Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
A 20 metre high spiral staircase in a tower used as an emergency exit, is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
Communication equipment is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's...
Cochem, Germany
Communication equipment is seen inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Communication equipment is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
Communication equipment is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's...
Cochem, Germany
Communication equipment is seen inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Communication equipment is seen inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
A safe inventory card gives details of West German emergency issue bank notes inside a Federal Reserve...
Cochem, Germany
Inventory card gives details of West German emergency issue bank notes inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem...
A safe inventory card gives details of West German emergency issue bank notes inside a Federal Reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite stands inside the safe where West German emergency issue bank notes were...
Cochem, Germany
Tour guide stands inside safe inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite stands inside the safe where West German emergency issue bank notes were held inside a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker, prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
Several bags and boxes which contained West German emergency issue bank notes worth 14 million German...
Cochem, Germany
Seven bags and boxes containing banknotes worth 14 million of a German emergency substitute currency...
Several bags and boxes which contained West German emergency issue bank notes worth 14 million German marks are seen inside a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
West German emergency issue bank notes are pictured inside a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker...
Cochem, Germany
West German emergency issue bank notes are pictured inside a Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
West German emergency issue bank notes are pictured inside a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
A tour guide displays a money sack showing it contained emergency issue bank notes worth two million...
Cochem, Germany
Tour guide displays money sack inside Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
A tour guide displays a money sack showing it contained emergency issue bank notes worth two million German marks, inside a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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March 18, 2016
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite leads the way through a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker prior...
Cochem, Germany
Tour guide leads the way through Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
Tour guide Hans-Juergen Haite leads the way through a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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March 18, 2016
West German emergency issue bank notes are pictured inside a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker...
Cochem, Germany
West German emergency issue bank notes are pictured inside a Bundesbank bunker in Cochem
West German emergency issue bank notes are pictured inside a Federal reserve bank (Bundesbank) bunker prior to the bunker's official opening to the public in Cochem, Germany, March 18, 2016. West Germany's Central Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) stored some 20 billion German marks of emergency notes in two underground bunkers, one in Frankfurt the other in Cochem, between 1964-1988 during the cold war. The bunker in Cochem, in a quaint residential area, with the entrance disguised over a normal house lies thirty meters (100 feet) under the house with an impregnable concrete bunker of 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) containing 300 meters (1000 feet) of tunnels. The bunker could generate its own energy, and in case of a nuclear war it could shelter 175 people for 14 days. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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