Buried 390 feet deep inside a sandstone mountain on an island between Norway and the North Pole, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, also known as the doomsday vault, is home to the millions of seeds that could save a post-apocalyptic world. Svalbard Vault cost over $9 million dollars, and by Norwegian law, any government-funded construction projects exceeding a certain cost must include artwork, so at the entryway is a surreal illuminated artwork named by a Norwegian artist that marks the location of the vault from a distance. What makes this place even more ideal for an apocalyptic getaway plan is that under international treaty, military activity is forbidden there. Plus they have beer and weed.
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