1. WikiLeaks Bunker



Several people have commented on how Julian Assange’s facility looks more like a lair of a James Bond movie villain. The found of WikiLeaks decided to move his servers into an abandoned nuclear bomb shelter in Sweden in 2010. The facility was built within a mountain and rests a hundred feet underground within a hill designed to withstand a nuclear strike. Several sections have been blasted create new chambers and house it’s own personal power supply to ensure things keep running on their own. The security outside isn’t overt, mostly private guards, but the remote location makes it hard to sneak up on. It’s fitting as the home of the site that’s angered several governments by leaking their secrets out into the world. While many would love to shut the place down for good, it’d require a full scale invasion of Sweden to do it and because of this Julian Assange’s bunker remains pretty secure.