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This former Nuclear Bunker is now home to over a hundred years worth of American cinema

Located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, the Library of Congress Packard Campus was originally built as a nuclear bunker. It stored $4 billion in gold, and would’ve been the location to which the President would have been taken had the need arisen during the Cold War. Now that this potential need [...] The post This former Nuclear Bunker is now home to over a hundred years worth of American cinema appeared first on DIY Photography.
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