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An ageing nuclear shelter in the Czech Republic has had one of its air vents transformed into R2D2. Prague.TV has reported a group of unknown graffiti artists in Prague painted […]

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By Jonny Bairstow

An ageing nuclear shelter in the Czech Republic has had one of its air vents transformed into R2D2.

Prague.TV has reported a group of unknown graffiti artists in Prague painted the structure, which is one of two located in the capital’s Folimanka Park.

The bunker was built during the Cold War as a refuge for local people in case of nuclear conflict.

In addition to painting the outside of the air shaft, the mysterious culprits added two large pieces of concrete to create the Star Wars character’s legs.

An unofficial sign was reportedly found at the site asking people not to damage the work and Prague.TV suggested local authorities appear to be relatively pleased with the mysterious paint job.