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Secret Cold War Nuclear Bunker to Become Largest Cannabis Factory


Although medical marijuana is legal in Germany, German regulations on growing cannabis are extremely stringent. Christoph Rossner, the managing director of a cannabis growing and research operation called Bunker Pflanzenextrakte UG, found a high security facility for his operation that complied with German law and also matched his budget - a former NATO bunker designed to protect top military commanders in the event of a nuclear attack from the Soviet Union.

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