Portraits in a bunker during World War II (9 photos)

23 February 2019
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31-year-old photographer Chris Halliwell from Rochdale, a city in the UK, loves visiting abandoned places. This time he managed to get into one of the bunkers from the Second World War, where he discovered many unusual drawings. Dozens of charcoal portraits are painted on the walls of the shelter. Due to the fact that this place was closed for half of the last century, the portraits have been preserved in their original form. It is also worth noting that Chris refused to name the location so that vandals would not spoil the drawings.









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