Abandoned tunnel with retro cars
Under the Italian city of Naples there is a whole system of underground tunnels, which are located at a depth of about thirty meters, and their total length is measured by several hundred of the same meters.
Initially, the tunnels were built during the reign of monarch Ferdinand the Second. He was prone to paranoia and was constantly in a state of fear for his own life. The tunnels were to save his life, in case of the necessary escape. By the end of World War II, the tunnels had been forgotten and mothballed. And only in the new millennium, underground passages began to be explored again. They found a large number of vintage cars. The catacombs have become a place of storage of seized smuggled cars. Today, the tunnels are called the Borbonika Gallery and anyone can visit it.