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Mysterious WWII tunnels popular tourist site in Maribor

Maribor, 15 October - Tunnels dug by Nazi Germany in the Slovenian city of Maribor at the end of 1943 for protection against air raids by the Allies have become an increasingly popular tourist site since they were opened to public two years ago.

Maribor
Tunnels dug by the Nazis in 1943, now under the Tezno business and industrial area.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Maribor
Tunnels dug by the Nazis in 1943, now under the Tezno business and industrial area.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Maribor
Tunnels dug by the Nazis in 1943, now under the Tezno business and industrial area.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Maribor
Tunnels dug by the Nazis in 1943, now under the Tezno business and industrial area.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Maribor
Tunnels dug by the Nazis in 1943, now under the Tezno business and industrial area.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Maribor
Tunnels dug by the Nazis in 1943, now under the Tezno business and industrial area.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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