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A visitor passes by one of instalations in the staircase of the the 'D-0' art museum on April 26, 2013 after the opening ceremony of Second Art Biennale in the Bosnian town of Konjic. The art museum is placed inside of a former strategic nuclear shelter built by the Communist regime, 180 meters underground. Construction of the 'D-0' shelter was completed as the cold war era was coming to end and was never used by the military. It was maintained by the former Yugoslav Army until the war broke out in Bosnia in 1992. During the war, most of the equipment was preserved by the Bosnian Army until 2011, when the communist era relic was turned into an art museum. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, MANDATORY CREDIT OF THE ARTIST, TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION (Photo credit should read ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/Getty Images)
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A visitor passes by one of instalations in the staircase of the the 'D-0' art museum on April 26, 2013 after the opening ceremony of Second Art Biennale in the Bosnian town of Konjic. The art museum is placed inside of a former strategic nuclear shelter built by the Communist regime, 180 meters underground. Construction of the 'D-0' shelter was completed as the cold war era was coming to end and was never used by the military. It was maintained by the former Yugoslav Army until the war broke out in Bosnia in 1992. During the war, most of the equipment was preserved by the Bosnian Army until 2011, when the communist era relic was turned into an art museum. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, MANDATORY CREDIT OF THE ARTIST, TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION (Photo credit should read ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/Getty Images)
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April 26, 2013
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167524632
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A visitor passes by one of instalations in the staircase of the the... News Photo 167524632Bosnia and Hercegovina,Ceremony,Horizontal,Human Sciences,Museum,Opening Ceremony,Passes,Science and Technology,Staircase,Town,VisitPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA visitor passes by one of instalations in the staircase of the the 'D-0' art museum on April 26, 2013 after the opening ceremony of Second Art Biennale in the Bosnian town of Konjic. The art museum is placed inside of a former strategic nuclear shelter built by the Communist regime, 180 meters underground. Construction of the 'D-0' shelter was completed as the cold war era was coming to end and was never used by the military. It was maintained by the former Yugoslav Army until the war broke out in Bosnia in 1992. During the war, most of the equipment was preserved by the Bosnian Army until 2011, when the communist era relic was turned into an art museum. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, MANDATORY CREDIT OF THE ARTIST, TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION (Photo credit should read ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/Getty Images)