KAMI saw this amazing story from dailymail.co.uk where a photographer who annually hunt the forest found a bunker who used to be Hitler's property.
Parisian photographer Marc Askat captured the images after making the historic discovery in a thick forest. These pictures capture the decaying conditions of what is believed to be Hitler's last bunker where the Nazis leader plotted the invasion of Britain.
A series of images show shabby tunnels stretching along six miles and as far as ninety-eight feet underground. In a cold reminder of World War Two, the photographs show rusty vaulted doors which lead to the corridors and dark concrete grey rooms.
The entrance to Hitler's last bunker in France - covered in moss and weeds - has been snapped by an urban explorer.
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Eeerie pictures show holes in the floor, decaying walls and rusty equipment as two men explore the surroundings.
The bunker - believed to be Hitler's last remaining command centre - is hidden among trees and weeds in the forest in France
The tunnel - a cold reminder of the Second World War - stretches along six miles and is as far as ninety-eight feet down underground
Rusty vaulted doors lead to eroding corridors and dark rooms, as old broken pipes are pictured on the floor in Hitler's bunker.
Parisian photographer Marc Askat braved France's annual hunting season to walk through thick forest to make the discovery
The location of the bunker must remain undisclosed because of its use as a secret training ground for France's elite Foreign Legion military
Thin decaying corridors are pictured with no floorboards and eroding walls and a ceiling, as a man explores the premises
A sign painted on one of the walls reads: 'Terrain militaire defense d'entrer', which means military defense enter field
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