МАЛЕНЬКАЯ МОСКВА (Little-Moscow)
In the wake of the Revolutions of 1989, the Soviet troops (the Southern Group of Forces) started leaving Hungary. By July 1990, some 15,000 Soviet soldiers and their dependents had left, taking about 60,000 of the 560,000 tons of equipment they had stored there. There were 5,750 buildings left on the 60 army camps and 10 air bases maintained by the Soviet Army in Hungary. But the barrack which is called “Little-Moscow” was different from the others. The barrack which was hiding deep in a little forest, masked as a small town turned out to be a nuclear storage.