• In this picture taken on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016, soldiers demonstrate a search for ammunition at the Brdy reserve in Brdy, Czech Republic. A former military zone near Prague which the army used to do artillery training has been turning into a protected nature reserve and opening to the public after almost a century with a big politics decision behind it. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

    Hikers replace soldiers in Czech army zone turned reserve

    BRDY PROTECTED NATURE RESERVE, Czech Republic (AP) — Half an hour’s drive outside Prague, visitors looking for something different near the Czech capital can find themselves hiking in a former military zone — with army bunkers and a top secret Cold War depot to boot.