Spitzbunker Air Raid Shelter in Neunkirchen

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description

brief description: 

this superterranean eight-storey air raid shelter was built in 1938 and measures 23 metres in height. During World War II, it could provide shelter from air raids to approx. 200 people at a time. The Spitzbunker is the only accessible air raid shelter of its kind in Southwestern Germany

relevant filming facts

opening times: 
access by prior arrangement only
usage: 
today, the bunker houses an exhibition
condition: 
very well preserved
interior architecture: 
concrete walls, wooden benches. Upon prior agreement, smaller modifications on site are possible to accommodate filming
layout: 
circular, tapered toward the top. The base area measures an average of approx. 10m
Background noise: 
road traffic noise coming from the main road (passing at a distance of approx. 30 m) cannot be heard inside the bunker
surroundings: 
a parking lot is situated next to the bunker, which is surrounded by trees and shrubs
Lift/elevator: 
none
Catering: 
wide variety of gastronomic offers inside the nearby Wasserturm (water tower) and the Saarpark Center shopping mall
premises: 
upon prior agreement, the Information Room can be made available for make-up, wardrobe, technical equipment, etc.

accessibility

car: 
coming from Saarbrücken on the A623 motorway (direction Neunkirchen), take the Neunkirchen exit and follow the signposts indicating the Saarpark Center. From the Spitzbunker parking lot right next to the Saarpark Center, follow the 200 m footpath to the bunker.
train: 
public buses operate between the Spitzbunker and Neunkirchen Cental Station, which is situated approx. 1 km away

supply

sanitary facilities: 
none
parking lot: 
a great many possibilities nearby (e.g., Spitzbunker parking lot)
electricity supply: 
220 V
water supply: 
none

contact

Steffen Conrad
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