Vivos Europa One shelter, in Rothenstein, Germany, was unveiled by Vivos founder, Robert Vicinio, on Friday .
Opulent: This photos shows a bedroom in the Vivos Europa One shelter, which is being dubbed the world's 'ultimate doomsday escape'
Time to watch a movie: on the Other common area amenities will include roadways, a wine cellar and prayer rooms. Above, a theater
Billionaires' bunker: They can design and build their apartments to their own specifications.They may decide to add a theater (pictured)
An underground pint: The bunker in Rothenstein boasts 227,904 square feet of blast-proof living areas, including this planned pub
Dining room: The underground bunker, in the German village of Rothenstein, was unveiled by Vivos founder , Robert Vicinio, on Friday
Space for relaxation: It portrays a planned survival complex that is comparable to a billionaire's mega-yacht or mansion - but much bigger, and with 'life-saving' capabilities. Above, a community swimming pool inside the complex, which is valued at an estimated $1.1million
Exhibit hall: Alongside its catastrophe-proof features, the bunker will include a collection of zoological species and an artifact archive
Modern furnishings: Families will pay a base amount, along with their share of the ongoing costs for managing and staffing the complex
Swanky: In the event of a disaster, families will fly to nearby airports before lockdown. They will then be transferred to Vivos Europa One by Vivos helicopters. The company will provide protective equipment needed to brave the outer world. Above, another living quarters
Impressive: The bunker is among a network of undergroundshelters being built by Vivos, which is based in California. Above, a bar
Proud: Vicino (seen in the bunker) told Forbes: 'We are proud to bring this epic project forward in these increasingly dangerous times
Keeping watch: Each family in the complex will be provided with a private 2,500-square-foot apartment. Above, a personnel entry door
Power: The luxury shelter was originally built by the Soviets in the Cold War as a fortress for military equipment. Above, its engine room
Unlikely location: With its rolling heels and stunning woodland, the village of Rothenstein looks like an unlikely location for the bunker
Underground living: This aerial image shows the boundary of the survival bunker, which is currently in 'turnkey operational condition'
Secure: The survival bunker can apparently withstand a nuclear blast, chemical agents, earthquakes, tsunamis - and virtually any other disaster. Above, this photo shows a drive-thru blast-proof door at the complex, which will likely be available only to the super-rich
Exterior entrances to the bunker
Above-ground space: The Rothenstein facility also boasts 43,906 square feet of above-ground space. Above, an outdoor power station
Railway: Vivos Europa One shelter also features its own railway and helicopter service, which picks up residents from nearby airports