For all their love of gray concrete, you'd think the Soviets would have been better at making and using it. That thing is crumbling but isn't all that old.
There are old abandoned military structures in Northern California dotting the coastline, from the Marin Headlands on down to almost Santa Cruz, that have a similar feel, sans the heroic ornamentation. There's one at a curve on highway 1, out on the top of a palisade looking out toward the Pacific, that is particularly striking and sort of ominous, particularly in late morning when the sun's just popping through and the marine layer of fog is receding out to sea.
Devil’s Slide Lookout, I couldn’t find one in receding fog.