Sounds like a great place to be safe in case of Coronavirus or any other pandemia…?? You just need to be a bit wealthy..
Vivos Europa One Shelter in Germany
In event of an apocalypse there is a bunker ready in Rothenstein (village near Iena) for millionaires. It was built by Robert Vicino, founder of Vivos, a California-based company.
Sophie Jane Evans for DailyMail.com wrote in 2015 “It boasts a luxurious array of swimming pools, theaters, gyms, restaurants, custom apartments and its own helicopter service. But at the same time, it can apparently withstand a nuclear blast, chemical agents, earthquakes, tsunamis – and virtually any other disaster or attack. These photos show an opulent, invitation-only underground survival bunker, which is being dubbed the world’s ‘ultimate doomsday escape”. It portrays a planned survival complex that is comparable to a billionaire’s mansion or mega-yacht – but much bigger, and with ‘life-saving’ capabilities. Although the cost per apartment remains unclear, the property is valued at around $1.1billion – meaning it will likely be available only to the super-rich. Each family in the complex will be provided with a private 2,500-square-foot apartment, which they can design and build to their own specifications. They may decide to add a pool, a theater or a deluxe bathroom. They will also have access to a hospital area, several restaurants and a bakery. Other common area amenities will include roadways, a wine cellar, prayer rooms, classrooms, a television station and a detention center.Families will pay a base sum for their apartment, along with their share of the costs for managing and staffing the complex, and other costs.”
- Consists of a planned survival complex that is comparable to billionaire’s mega-yacht or mansion – but much bigger
- Boasts swimming pools, theaters, gyms, restaurants, custom apartments, outdoor space and helicopter service
- But it can also apparently withstand nuclear blast, chemical agents, earthquakes, tsunamis, or another disaster
- Although the cost per apartment remains unclear, the property is valued at $1.1bn (its original value was $225m)
- Underground shelter is currently in ‘turnkey operational condition’; residents are accepted based on their ‘skills’ Article Dailymail 14 June 2015
The first pic above depicts the hospital area at the shelter, which is in ‘turnkey operational condition’ and worth $1billion
En cas d’apocalypse, il y a un bunker prêt à Rothenstein (village près d’Iena) pour les millionnaires. Il a été construit par Robert Vicino, fondateur de Vivos, une société californienne. Sophie Jane Evans journaliste au DailyMail.com écrivait en 2015 “Il dispose d’un éventail luxueux de piscines, théâtres, gymnases, restaurants, appartements personnalisés et son propre service d’hélicoptère. Mais en même temps, il peut apparemment résister à une explosion nucléaire, agents chimiques, tremblements de terre, tsunamis – et pratiquement toute autre catastrophe ou attaque. Ces photos montrent un opulent bunker de survie souterrain sur invitation seulement, qui est surnommé l’évasion du monde «ultime apocalyptique…